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Yeah, and it's not all frustration either.
My grandma and me have always been best buddies
The other oldies like a young passenger on the ship as well (too bad for them I'm not much of a socializer).
And if we're not in the Netherlands (last two years was Germany) the scenery is beautiful as well
In fact, more people should do this.
Show them old folks some love (easy for me to say as they've always shown me)
It depends what part you visit, I found the westcoast of Jutland not very interesting, looks like the waddenzee and Friesland. The eastcoast is more fun I think, more hills and fjords and interesting places like Sonderborg and Aarhus.
Give it a few years, and you may start to enjoy it
Another 50 or so years
Eddy Vluggen wrote:
So how was the fine dining on the cruise? Which stamppot did you have?
The food was good enough, no stamppot though
The crew was mostly Indonesian so we did have an Indonesian buffet.
No sambal added because old folks can't eat spicy food!
Eddy Vluggen wrote:
I live just next to the German border. Forests, some hills, the occasional castle - so no, not moving when I have the best of both worlds
That sounds really good
I live on the other side of the country, so no (or really very small) forests, no hills, no castles (except my own home ) and lots of polders.
I could move to Germany, but I know myself well enough to know I wouldn't go outside when I'm not on vacation anyway
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According to this Belgian newspaper the normally so crowded inner city of Ghent looks deserted in the afternoon. Could have something to do with the unusual high temperatures in Europe at the moment.
Nevertheless, I'm putting on my brave face and tomorrow I will visit Ghent and see for myself Gentse feesten rampzalig[^]