I was able to get some nights although it was quite booked, but with limited rooms, cabins and a tent this is still a nice and quiet situation. Took my bike with me in the car to be able to do some cycling.
Total activities done:
- Cycle tour of around 30 km, with two nice steep climbs and also several down hill pieces. Not what you would call a piece of cake. The climbing was heavy and needed almost the lowest gear to be tackled. Second one required a restart as I was too late to switch back the gear and that meant I came to a stop. But still managed to reach the top without walking. Unfortunately no photo's as the route took too much attention to be able to use the camera. Environment and trek 9 i would say although not sure what to improve, maybe sunset or sunrise over the fields.
- Pottery class was another of my activities. With the right instructions (and hand support) I was able to make a simple mug on the turning table. That the support made a big difference was clear when my second piece got smaller and halved when the wall got to thin. Top came off and left half of the clay to finalize a much smaller pot. Also here no photo's not that I would be ashamed about it but clay hands and cameras are not really a good match.
- Next trek was a walk to the view-point. With the amount of people including kids the possibility of seeing "wildlife" was more or less zero. But area was terrific with woods and fields mixed together.
- Last large trek was a walk to the large lake with waterfalls. Time of the year made the falls small as there was still a lot of water in the lake. But this gave a view on a kingfisher, unfortunately at the other side of the river so no chance of taking the photo and recognize it later on. No swimming here although the water was nice and space was definitely there.
Swimming pool with shower was available at less than 5 minutes walk, free of charge.