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Last Trip of the Year with the Camper

In late afternoon we arrived in Kinderdijk, known for the highest concentration of windmills in Holland. The canal and reflection of windmills was mesmerizing with the setting sun and rising mist over the water.

After spending the night in the harbor a few miles away, we drove further north to Zuid-Kennemerland National Park, and made a nice hike around the lake and in the forests and dunes.

After a nice lunch, we drove on to Bloemendaal aan Zee, where we spent a good deal of the afternoon on the beach.

Later in the afternoon we drove in sudden thick fog to Marken, an island in the ZuiderZee only connected to the mainland through a narrow 3-kilometer-long causeway. The traditional wooden houses, often built on wooden stilts, and traditional clothing worn by locals make it a beautiful place worth a visit. We spent two days exploring the canals, beaches, harbor and little streets.

On our way back home, we visited Monnickendam, on the mainland of the Zuiderzee, and then slowly drove back to Belgium in the rain.

A nice last trip of the season with a lot of nice pleasant surprises. See the rest of the photos.

 

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