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Going Dutch 2016

Post by CodyFlyer1 » Thu Oct 08, 2015 9:44 am

Dates for activities are emerging. My dairy is filling up for May 2016. Please is there a confirmed date from Going Dutch?
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Post by Grahame59 » Thu Oct 08, 2015 10:49 am

I'd like to know too please. It always seems to clash with work deadlines but am really hoping to be able to go next year!
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by mikeyhearne » Thu Oct 08, 2015 2:56 pm

from a spy in the camp :-
"Officially I don't know, ....., but it should be last weekend of May."
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by bks974c » Tue Feb 02, 2016 10:23 am

I am looking at going this year and have another member wanting to come too, the 8 person chalet has 4 twin rooms with sinks shower room and separate toilet which we like the sound of but would need others to share to make it more affordable.

Based on 4 sharing its only £72 for the weekend although we are planning on arriving a day early and staying over for another.

Anyone interested let me know.

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by slbhill » Wed Feb 17, 2016 11:08 am

Anyone planning to get the ferry from Newcastle? DFDS are offering 10% off if you book before 1st March but only if you go via this page:
http://www.dfdsseaways.co.uk/ferry-offe ... y-for-2016

If you just go to their main bookings page (or if you go via a cashback site where you might get 4% back) then you don't get the discount :roll:

Having paid that much for the ferry, we'll see you there if we can still afford the fuel! :shock: :lol:
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by Colin Valentine » Tue Feb 23, 2016 11:12 am

Scott,
I'm just crawling out from under the Winter Duvet, and saw your note about the 8 persomn chalet on GD2016. If there is a room, or a bed left, I would be interested in sharing.
Perhaps you can update me on the current position.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by bks974c » Tue Feb 23, 2016 11:28 am

Colin

Sorry too late, as we had no responses we booked a 4 berth mobile home.

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by epkeizer » Tue Feb 23, 2016 10:50 pm

Hello Folks,


We already have a lot of bookings for Going Dutch 2016!

On the field we have plenty space, no problem, but the accomodations are running out, over 20 booked now.
The chalets are 'sold-out' Only a few Mobile Homes left. They might be gone in a couple of weeks/days.

For all who wants to join this event, please register soon!!!!


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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by smogland imper » Fri Feb 26, 2016 7:39 pm

Hi
How many people are staying over till the Monday, is anyone planning to travel back on the Sunday evening ?

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Post by bazzateer » Fri Feb 26, 2016 7:49 pm

I think most travel back on the Monday as it's a bank holiday so no work until Tuesday.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by Impduivel » Mon Apr 18, 2016 7:39 pm

Are there more people coming over ???
at moment website is not update since FEBRUARI????
I wa expecting a few more, that are currently not on the list ??

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by mikeyhearne » Mon May 16, 2016 8:57 am

Are there any plans to watch the F1 Monaco GP on the Sunday afternoon now the Dutch have a F1 star to support ?
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by abth » Mon May 16, 2016 10:26 am

As far as I know the chalets are equiped with cable television.
You bet I want to watch that race aswell!!

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Post by mikeyhearne » Mon May 16, 2016 11:21 am

I was thinking more of a pub or bar some where near the site .
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Post by abth » Mon May 16, 2016 11:38 am

You don't watch television in a Dutch bar!! :roll:
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Post by mikeyhearne » Mon May 16, 2016 11:43 am

We've (Sussex) watched the F1 in a bar while our marquee was trying to blow away a few years ago .
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by Impduivel » Mon May 16, 2016 7:59 pm

just a reminder,
Not any of Dutch channels is not broadcasting F1 as for BBC also not anymore.
Belgian Channels not.
The only channel that currently is broadcasting F1 is the German spoken Channel RTL PLUS.
So, Hoping that is available at Campsite.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by abth » Tue May 17, 2016 9:23 am

Ziggo Sport and Channel 4 aswell!!
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by Grahame59 » Tue May 17, 2016 10:03 am

smogland imper wrote:Hi
How many people are staying over till the Monday, is anyone planning to travel back on the Sunday evening ?

regards Alan
Are you going Alan? You're not on the 'Who's Coming' page on the GD website.

To answer your question, we are leaving the site on Monday morning to catch the 14:15 ferry back to Blighty.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by smogland imper » Tue May 17, 2016 10:23 pm

Grahame59 wrote:
smogland imper wrote:Hi
How many people are staying over till the Monday, is anyone planning to travel back on the Sunday evening ?

regards Alan
Are you going Alan? You're not on the 'Who's Coming' page on the GD website.

To answer your question, we are leaving the site on Monday morning to catch the 14:15 ferry back to Blighty.
Hi Grahame
unfortunately not, with other commitments due this year the ferry crossing was simply unaffordable from either Hull or Newcastle, maybe next time

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by SimonBenoy » Wed May 18, 2016 5:28 am

Alan

I pay for my ferry with Tesco vouchers - great value!

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by The Nun » Wed May 18, 2016 7:35 am

My Tesco vouchers just about pay for a pack of sausages, how much do you have to spend in store to get enough for a there and back ferry crossing out of interest?

I went Dutch in 1986, great place, nice folk, very clean compared to here, no litter about, enjoyed it a lot, only thing I didnt get on with was driving on the other side, it just feels so wrong and unnaturally awkward, even in a RHD car, main reason Ive never done it again I suppose.
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Post by Grahame59 » Wed May 18, 2016 8:09 am

The Nun wrote:…it just feels so wrong and unnaturally awkward, even in a RHD car…
Surely, because you were in a RHD car? Seriously, you get used to it. I've driven a fair bit in France and Spain (though Holland will be a first for me) and it's not so bad after a while, especially as we were usually in LHD hire cars. Roundabouts take a bit of concentration though. The hardest thing is when there are no 'clues' that you are abroad… I remember once, when camping in France, we pulled out of the campsite early one morning. It was in a lovely rural area, a country lane which, unusually for France, looked remarkably English. No road markings or signs to be seen. Of course, I chugged happily off down the road, oblivious to the fact that I was driving on the left hand side. After a while a 2CV appeared in the distance. ON MY SIDE OF THE ROAD. 'Hey, why's he flashing me?' Suddenly I twigged. That's the kind of mistake you only make once!

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by The Nun » Wed May 18, 2016 8:22 am

Ive tried a LHD car and I cant get used to changing gear and using the handbrake with the wrong hand, and looking up for the mirror on the wrong side too, no I dont think I myself will ever get used to it.
You should have a great time though, its a very pleasant country to visit, sort of a bit English, you feel quite at home but on the other side.
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Post by mikeyhearne » Wed May 18, 2016 8:47 am

I get use to being on the wrong side of the road fairly quickly ,
the bit that freaks me out is it feels just as odd when you get back home to the correct side
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by The Nun » Wed May 18, 2016 11:23 am

Wonder which side is actually best though, why the right, why the left, is one side more natural to the human and thats why we decided the sensible way?
But its not only driving that can catch you out though, its also crossing the road on foot, you look the wrong way first, which can be a problem when youre crossing a dual carriage or crossing to the central island and only look the correct way for traffic and the traffic is coming from the wrong way, Im sure many folk have been knocked down or even killed because of that fact.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by philgsmith » Wed May 18, 2016 12:35 pm

Peter

We Brits drive on the left so that we can carry our swords in the right hand and fight off attackers as they pass on our right hand side !! The rest of the world drove on the other side just to be awkward.

Entering a dual carriageway is the easy one to get wrong - always think twice at junctions is my motto. Roundabouts in France usually guide/force you the correct way .. you'd be hard placed to take a roundabout the wrong way in France - that's my view after 20+ years experience towing a caravan on the continent. Other than in and around the big cities, driving on the continent is much more pleasurable - much less traffic, often better roads (Belgium excepted) and no middle lane hoggers.

Driving around roundabouts the wrong way is something I can never understand in the UK, yet it happens frequently.. as does driving the wrong way on a motorway - I just don't understand how it happens.

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by RoyBlunt » Wed May 18, 2016 1:09 pm

Agree entirely with Mikey about the biggest problem being when you get back home. A few years ago we spent a week driving in Holland - came back and were driving into a large car park in the UK when someone came towards me on the wrong side of the (wide) car park entrance lane. I stopped dead - literally did not know which side of the road I should be on - and it took me a couple of minutes to sort it out and carry on!

As I remember it sorting out priority on roundabouts is the main issue in the Netherlands and, looking at http://www.rac.co.uk/driving-abroad/netherlands it still appears to be. Short extract from this below:

Trams have priority
Be careful using roundabouts - on some, you have right of way when you're on the roundabout, on others, you have right of way coming onto it
Cycles and mopeds have right of way over cars.
At junctions, you have right of way where there's a yellow and white diamond-shaped sign - and you have to give way where there's a row of white triangular signs on the road
Don't cross a solid white line, even if you're turning off a road


I'm sure that it is correct but perhaps one of our Dutch friends could confirm it.

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by abth » Wed May 18, 2016 7:32 pm

In general your remarks are correct.
However be carefull with bikes and mopeds: if they come from the right, they have priority, just like cars etc.

Don't worry, just enjoy it all!!!!!

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by bazzateer » Wed May 18, 2016 9:20 pm

philgsmith wrote:Peter

We Brits drive on the left so that we can carry our swords in the right hand and fight off attackers as they pass on our right hand side !! The rest of the world drove on the other side just to be awkward.
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by abth » Wed May 18, 2016 10:20 pm

the wrong side.[/quote]

What's wrong with 'the other side' ?
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by Lars Hagermark » Wed May 18, 2016 10:45 pm

abth wrote:What's wrong with 'the other side' ?
Don't think it's anything wrong really, it's just the right side. :wink: :lol:
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Post by bazzateer » Thu May 19, 2016 7:10 am

abth wrote:
What's wrong with 'the other side' ?
Napoleon started it! :lol:
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bazzateer wrote:Napoleon started it! :lol:
So what? Wellington only 'won' thanks to The Prince of Orange at Quatre-Bras :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by 617sqn » Sat May 21, 2016 7:22 am

Four bras. ! :o Man, she must have been a big girl. ?

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Post by 617sqn » Sat May 21, 2016 7:29 am

Actually, I blame cars built by those from countries driving on the wrong side for the lack of indicating vis a vis BMW, Audi, Merc etc. It stems from having the indicator stalk on the left of the steering wheel. It means its virtually impossible to signal whilst changing gear. When it was on the right hand side one could use a finger of your right hand to move the stalk while keeping control of the steering AND changing gear. Also drivers of these makes plus Range Rovers of course are all arrogant albatross as well :D

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by ImpJimbo » Sat May 21, 2016 7:46 am

I think the Arrogant Albatross are playing at Glastonbury this year.
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Post by 617sqn » Sat May 21, 2016 9:53 am

I wouldn't be surprised :lol:

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Re: Going Dutch 2016

Post by The Nun » Sat May 21, 2016 10:11 am

617sqn wrote:It stems from having the indicator stalk on the left of the steering wheel. It means its virtually impossible to signal whilst changing gear. When it was on the right hand side one could use a finger of your right hand to move the stalk while keeping control of the steering AND changing gear. Also drivers of these makes plus Range Rovers of course are all arrogant albatross as well :D

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Post by bazzateer » Sat May 21, 2016 10:24 am

617sqn wrote:Actually, I blame cars built by those from countries driving on the wrong side for the lack of indicating vis a vis BMW, Audi, Merc etc. It stems from having the indicator stalk on the left of the steering wheel. It means its virtually impossible to signal whilst changing gear. When it was on the right hand side one could use a finger of your right hand to move the stalk while keeping control of the steering AND changing gear. Also drivers of these makes plus Range Rovers of course are all arrogant albatross as well :D

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