All about cycling in the Netherlands
As promised last week, I have a little video to wish you all the best for the holidays. It is traditional, in this darkest time of the year, that the Dutch towns and cities bring out many lights to brighten the streets and create a festive atmosphere. It is even nicer to watch people cycling past or under the illuminations.
I’d like to wish you Fijne Feestdagen, Happy Holidays, Frohe Feiertage, Joyeuses Fêtes, Nollaig Shona Daoibh, Chuttiyo Ki Shubh Kamanayein, Felices Fiestas, Trevlig Helg, Buone Feste, Wesołych Świąt, Glade feriedage, Boas Festas, and 幸せな休日.
There’s a high probability that your native language was in this list. With these 13 languages I could cover the native languages of the top 20 of countries my visitors come from. Which were (in order) The Netherlands, United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Australia, France, Ireland, India, Spain, Belgium, Sweden, Italy, Poland, Denmark, New Zealand, Austria, Switzerland, Portugal and Japan. If your country wasn’t included you must live in one of the other 206 (!) countries and dependencies where my visitors come from. I was happy with each and every one of the 394,438 visits to my blog. There was even one view from Antarctica this year! It is great to know that you are truly from all over the world.
Enjoy the video and see you all next year!
The next post will be published on 2nd January 2020, one day later than normal, due to the holidays.