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... the day okay. Arrived in Rotterdam at 3:45pm. We saw our first Dutch windmill (1856) for this trip not far out of Breda, and then many more in the area of Kinderdijk about 15km from Rotterdam. The 19 windmills at Kinderdijk were built about 1740 to help control the water in that area. They are listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and are one of Hollands best known tourist attractions. We also saw another tourist favourite ...
... interviews with her best friend, her dad and one of the office workers. We got to read inserts of her diary and walk through the rooms they were hidden in. Oscar had already studied the the story at school and was a bit apprehensive about going but said "it wasn't as scary as i thought it would be," and he enjoyed it. After leaving the museum it was a short walk to a lovely Thai restaurant for yellow and Green curry's, which the boys ate heartily as it was ...
... right and so just kept out of the way. If we had to turn left and cross them that would have been another story.
We arrived at Gorinchem at 13.30 then were allocated a berth in the marina. It was made to measure as we can get off either side. We had a quick gin and tonic, paid the harbour master and then went for a walk into the town. It is on a main junction of the Waal (branch of the Rhine) and the Maas and due to its strategic ...
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Since you found your way to this page, you are undoubtedly aware that I'll be travelling around SE Asia and Australia for 9 months. I'm not sure I have fully realised the extent of my own plans yet ... but I'll probably find that out first hand soon enough! :)
If I would compare my life to driving on a highway (probably the E19 :p) I feel like right ...
... by a French traveling troupe specializing in "plus-size" outdoor performances! (see the series of photos below) The theme was “The Diver, His Hand, and the Little Girl Giant”, an extraordinarily amazing live-action story of a diver and his fanciful niece brought to life by 130 red velvet-attired “animators” who paraded them through the streets of Antwerp to the excited and enthusiastic reception ...