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... my photos last year, found these old photos and only then realized the beauty of some. Problem is they either turn out nice or they don't. I can not really plan the outcome. So who knows, some tour day some light-smudge photos might pop up. If I do not forget my camera and my memorystick :D
Time: About an hour
Weather: After a day of rain and dark clouds, it was dry. Mostly a dark black with darker black sky ...
... I sat waiting for the departure gate to open, the nerves began to creep in leaving me feeling light-headed and sick. Fortunately, a lady doing an airport survey came and interviewed me, and I found that I was instantly feeling better for having a distraction. Before I knew it it was time to board the plane, and as I walked down the boarding tunnel I noticed a sign outside saying "Fly KLM To The World" which I felt was very apt! Once on ...
... streets with buildings that had not been affected by the war, and looked as though time had stood still.
Part of our tour took in a lovely park, and a stick bridge, which had been there forever. Eric had also grown up in this area, not far from where his dad had lived as a child. We stopped for coffee and walked along narrow footpaths between old shops and a canal at Delfshaven and Piet Heynstraat (street named after the famous Dutch ...
... sunbathing while taking in the stunning views and trying out all the setting on Marlina's camera. After probably hours of chatting, sunbathing, and photographing, we decided we should probably head back in order to catch the last ferry at half 5 back over to mainland Rotterdam (kinderdijk is an island). When we reached the ferryport, another ferry came in. Unsure whether we could take it or not, I asked a fellow cyclist (in English) whether this would take us to where ...
... Haarlem. The beach front is very big and there is a lot bars come restaurants along the beach so I'm guessing it must get busy there when it get hot. All the cheese shops visited were so well set out, this one in Haarlem had 350 different types of cheese and the presentation was ...