The Bergbad campsite that we stayed at wasn't that good really, which was a same as it could have been. There was a nice grass area to pitch the tents on and the facilities were modern and looked quite new, but they were dirty and not cared for. The showers cost extra, although it was the most expensive campsite in Holland so far, as did the hot water in the washrooms.
It rained during the night, although it was milder than the last couple nights. This morning we set off at 10 am and at the usual slow pace crept along until we reached Oosterbeeks, where we stopped for a late lunch at the WWII Airborne Museum, which I went into to have a look round. It was an interesting museum with lots of exhibits showing the events of September 1944 when English and Polish Airborne troops fought a fierce battle with German troops. A large underground area was turned into a battle scene complete with actual soundtrack from the fighting.
We had only ridden 30 kilometres but decided to stop for the day at a small campsite alongside the river. A super spot and although much smaller than last nights campsite it was both peaceful and spotlessly clean.
It seems I've been travelling all my life. For the past eight years I've been following a simple, nomadic lifestyle, living and traveling full time in a camper van and meeting with other like minded travellers.
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