Monthly Archives: September 2005

Hiking along the coast (part 2)

Sunday (18 Sept.) Slowly the world starts getting some colour. The sun is not above the horizon yet, but it will be soon. Although the wooden hut where I slept was not really well isolated it wasn’t a cold night … Continue reading

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Hiking along the coast

Saturday 17 of September It’s very early morning as I’m sitting on top of my home for the night, a concrete bunker located at top of a 40 meter cliff. Up here I slowly get some warmth back into my … Continue reading

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First stop in England: Hull

Sunday, 11th of September It’s not far past dawn as our sailingboat arrives in Harwich. We drop anchor while it starts raining. Andrew and Emma are going to get some well deserved rest and he asks me what I’m going … Continue reading

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Starting the trip!

Well, I’ll just write the short story here, but suffice to say I’ve had some very interesting experiences. Thursday I met some people from a national radiostation and they broadcasted a couple of short interviews with me! First it started … Continue reading

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Setting sail!

Well, today, the 7th of September, I’ve still to arrange some things like getting insured and such, but this midday I’ll finally start with the real trip! I’ll hitchhike to the city of IJmuiden where I’ll try something new – … Continue reading

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