Big criticism of ‘We’re almost there’ for not helping stranded couple

About 800 kilometers before the last stop, Jan and Willy’s car stops. And then you expect the whole group to help them, but no…

Final Episode of ‘We’re Almost There’

In the last episode of the season, there is a battle for first place in the jeu de boules competition. But first, the participants still have a few long travel days ahead of them. They travel from the south to the final campsite on the Mediterranean near Tarragona. In between they make another stop in the surprising city of Cuenca, famous for its hanging rock houses.

Jan and Willy in tears

The group was less than twenty kilometers away when Jan and Willy’s car – which has already broken down twice – finally stops. They are stuck on the side of the highway. Unfortunately, they can no longer follow the group and the emotional couple remains behind while waiting for the car to be repaired. “This is a drama, of course, you can’t do anything anymore,” Jan says while comforting his wife. Tears roll down her cheeks. “We were so looking forward to the holiday,” she says with a sniffle.

According to Jan it is ‘the end of the exercise’. “We need a tow truck and then we’ll see,” he says. One thing he does know, they won’t make it to the final campsite. The group holiday ends here for them and they really hate it.


The episode then continues without them, as the other travelers just drove on. When the group arrives at the final campsite, they have a few more fun activities planned. For example, there is a jeu de boules competition in which the group participates. Except Jan and Willy, because they are still unlucky. They are now at a campsite 800 kilometers away, waiting for their car to be repaired.


Throughout the episode, viewers keep hoping that a very happy Willy will soon be parading onto the final campsite. “Her vacation should not end like this,” one viewer wrote on Twitter. They feel very sorry for stranded couple. Secretly, the viewers expected that the program would arrange something that they could join the group on the last evening, but unfortunately. For example, someone reacts with: ‘No, we are going to do everything together with the whole group … well, pretty hypocritical, let the stranded couple burst.’