S: Holland & UK 2009
FC: Holland & UK 2009
1: February 2009, visiting Phil, Justin and Nicola in London | PUB LIFE
3: MAKING MEMORIES
7: The Glastonbury Abby
8: Glastonbury & Bristol
9: End of our first UK adventure: London, Bath, Glastonbury & Bristol to meet up with Matt, our friend from Pattaya,
10: so many | Each memory we keep with care means future happiness to share.
11: Leiden & Amsterdam
15: Cruquius museum: steam mill in order to pump the Haarlemmermeermeer dry. (1850 -1933)
16: 2009 | Pokernight, April 11
23: Cruise to Newcastle 26-28th April
24: Born To Party | Koninginnedag
25: Birthday Bash
26: 12 April 2009 De traditionele paaswandeling in Leerdam, +/- 15 km met Marijke, Jan, Joran en Paul
27: Happy Easter
28: 20-25th May
31: FOREVER | The Saints’ Way The Saints' Way Trail is a long-distance footpath that cuts right across Cornwall from Padstow on the north coast to Fowey on the south and is roughly 30 miles / 48 Km long. The scenery is absolutely stunning and we were very lucky with the amazing weather! We walked in the countryside, came across ancient farmland, pre-historic remains, ancient bridges, old tracks, quaint churches and pretty riverside villages. Today's Saint's Way begins in Padstow. The path follows the Camel trail where we biked for the day and found the most adorable tea garden where they served delicious homemade scones with clotted cream. The path headed south to Withiel and Lanivet, whose 15th century church of St Nivet is supposed to stand in the exact geographical centre of Cornwall. Continuing south the route heads up to Helman Tor, a nature reserve overlooking the marshy ground of Red Moor. The path heads south-east from Helman Tor towards Lanlivery. The route continues from Lanlivery where the path follows the river until it meets the sea at Fowey.
32: Cream Tea at the Camel trail tea garden
34: The Camel Trail May 23
37: Phil being a man: BBQ
41: Helman Tor
48: Afternoon Tea A very British tradition "There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea." Henry James
49: Pinky Murphy's Cafe A colourful, quirky and cosy cafe that serves a mean breakfast and delicious light lunches. Perfect when you just want to sit back and nothing much else. Awesome place, the eclectic mix of stuff, the way nothing matches, the way the tables are named after singers instead of numbered, the laid back attitude & last but not least the great food!