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Its been a while? 

I has indeed been a while since our last blog post, over 9 months. I am trying  something  new with this blog, I am going to prepare the whole  post on my pad and then publish it using the  WordPress  App. Please let me know if it looks any good?  Off to Morocco  We have […]Continue reading «Its been a while? »

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Last few days in Holland

On Thursday morning we took it easy and didn’t leave the city camp until 11.00. Our destination was a village in south Holland called Oudewater, after shopping at the local Jumbo Supermarket we found the motorhome parking area on the outskirts of the village next to a skating sports park, and decided this would also […]Continue reading «Last few days in Holland»

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3 busy days in Amsterdam

  We stayed at the Amsterdam City camp which is a designated parking area only for motorhomes. From the camp it is a 10 minute walk to the free ferry which takes you to the central train station of Amsterdam, close to most of the sites to visit and an easy walk or tram ride. […]Continue reading «3 busy days in Amsterdam»

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Back into the Netherlands

  Now its back to where we always start from; the Netherlands, this is because our motorhome “the Bunyip” lives here. We are head north to a village called Winkel, it’s Friday and our plan is to arrive there on Sunday morning. This gives us a couple of days to visit a couple of Dutch […]Continue reading «Back into the Netherlands»

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Beer, waffles, chocolate and frites. We must be in Belgium!!

Crossing the border into Belgium the first thing that we notice is the roads are not so well maintained. They are doing some roadworks but don’t have signs forewarning of road blocks until you reach them and so we were redirected kilometres out of the way. This happened on the way to Ipers  [Ypres] but […]Continue reading «Beer, waffles, chocolate and frites. We must be in Belgium!!»

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Last days in France

Sunday 18th September Sunday morning and we had a slow start with toast and scrambled eggs for breakfast. The overnight car park was very quiet and in the morning the valley was very foggy. We could hear the sounds of gun shots and when we looked down into the valley could see a row of […]Continue reading «Last days in France»

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Giverney – Monet’s Garden – Sickness in the camp

  Monet’s Garden opens at 9.30 and the buses started arriving at 9.15 in the carpark adjacent to ours.Tour groups with leaders holding what looked like numbered table tennis bats escorted the masses to the entrance. We had a slower start as Jenny had succumb to the dreaded stomach bug or lurgy in Aussie slang. […]Continue reading «Giverney – Monet’s Garden – Sickness in the camp»

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Rest Day and Versailles

  After 3 exhausting days trekking around Paris we postponed our visit to Versailles and decided a well-earned rest day was in order. After consulting our sources we found what looked like a suitable place; next to a small lake, about 30 kms on the out-skirts of Paris. Leaving at about 5.30 in the afternoon […]Continue reading «Rest Day and Versailles»

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Three days in Paris

Three days is not a long time to see Paris. This would be the third time for us but the first time for Lori. We made a list of the tourist sites and went to explore. I will let the photos tell the story. Arch de Triumph Moulin Rouge Sacre Coeur Deux Moulins La Fayette […]Continue reading «Three days in Paris»

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Castle and Chateau

Soissons I went off for a walk to give Jenny and Ewout some time alone…and walked up through the town, taking in the afternoon routines of the locals, children leaving school and the local Uni. At the top of the hill there were ruins of a mediaeval abbey and out buildings.   Pierrefonds Castle There […]Continue reading «Castle and Chateau»

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