countryside guide

countryside guide

The countryside around Amsterdam invite you on a journey with animals, colorful veggies, sweet home made jams and much more. Gobyx.nl review but few of them:

Country market: If you’re into healthy fresh veggies straight from the farmer - this one is for you. Farmers whose proud of their best harvest will present it on a display truck-cart right in front of the farm entrance. Bikers, drivers or just pedestrian are more then welcome to choose whatever they desire and pay independently with cash into the money box enclosed.
Traffic jam: Sweets for your sweet or just for yourself in the form of jams, syrups and other delicious treats. These goodies are home made and presented in front of the house selling it. Some will draw your attention immediately by its lovely display. Just pick your desired one and pay the amount shown into the money box. Bon appetite!
Fancy fence: Electric fences can be found just about anywhere. Basically it's preventing from animals to escape. In The countryside it’s used to surround cows, pigs, sheep etc. The best advice is avoiding touching or standing right next to it. The voltage used is unknown, but it surely cause unpleasant shock that pass by after few seconds.
Bird is the word: Meet one of the most common bird in the country - The Grey Heron. This birdy is standing still sculpture-like and is very suspicious. They know when you notice them and choose to flea away when realising that. They are always in the background, but sometimes it’s even hard to find them.
Counting sheep: Sheep are usually enjoying their freedom out there, busy grass binging and practicing deep throat me'ehh's. They're human-friendly but can be unpredictable when sensing a threat. Some will let you pet them and others would just stay away. Please bike slowly especially when sheep are standing in the way.
Fat cow: Dutch cows and cows in general are really friendly, curious and very sweet! They show affection to each other and this is a heart melting view. Some of them will try to reach the edge of the polder to take a close look at you. Many farms offer a free self-risk visit inside the barn/cowshed followed by a warning sign.
Moonlight shadow: The countryside is covered by a complete darkness after sunset time. Be aware of no road lights at all between one village to another. Meaning, it’s you under the moon light. Since many parts of the bike routes are built on dikes, make extra precautions. Therefore, heading back enough time before sunset is advised.
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