Die Port van Cleve
Travel Blogs from Enkhuizen
... the way people lived in the IJsselmeer in the 19th century and at the start of the 20th century. It was a great day to walk around and enjoy learning about the historic Holland. We began walking and not long we came across a replica of a smoke house for fish. We tride some smoked Herring and Bart ate some smoked eel as well. It was good I actually enjoyed it. The ...
· The museum covers 15 acres and accommodates authentic buildings from the former region such as a church, a fish-curing shed, a mill, a cheese warehouse, shops and dwelling houses from the surrounding fishing villages
Amsterdam City Tour Day 3
On our return, we did another tour of the city. The streets seem to fan out from the central transit station ...
We are back now in the Philippines safely.
It was so hard saying goodbye in the Schiphol Airport but we
need to go and share our experiences in Netherlands to the Filipinos and
foreigners waiting for us.
We had incredible experiences in your country. Experiences
that are impossible but it became possible because Dutchies ...
Breakfast in the hotel was the same as yesterday but this time we met and were served by the owner. We had a big debate over breakfast over what we were going to do before we left. Whether to leave our luggage at the hotel or train station, whether we could go on the one remaining canal boat route which went out to a windmill still within our 24 hr ticket and whether we could get to an Indonesian restaurant for lunch. We decided to leave our luggage at the hotel and try and get the ...
The wind is free, but to catch it costs a fortune. The mast steping is looking good for Tomorow. It needed some adjustments to fit Red as the internal framing would be too much work to strengthen and we dont have the time anyway. Unfortunatly all the adjustments means the stepping of the mast will cost more than the mast rigging, furlers and sails. Thats boats. I have been busy fitting the ...