After a lazy start to the morning and breakfast, we headed to the Garden Centre to look for a gas BBQ. There was nothing suitable so we went next door to look at the Hardware Store but there was nothing small enough. So we decided the best bet would be to get it online. After that we went to Mark’s work and had a walk around the showroom and the workshop. It was really interesting to see where he works, and nice to meet some of his colleagues.
From there we did grocery shopping and went to the farm where Mark lives. It’s a huge communal house with 9 bedrooms and an amazing indoor, open space for the performance artists to train. The house is between De Lek and a Sloot and is so peaceful. We had lunch there, joined by some of his housemates.
After that we dropped the groceries off where we are staying and then went to Kinderdijk. This is famous for being the place in Holland where you can see the most windmills in one view. And it was an amazing sight. We did a 2.5km walk around the area before heading back to our place for dinner. We had another late lazy evening chatting about all sorts of things.