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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
... came we disappeared quickly!
The sad thing I have to say is that I was having a relapse of special muffins and couldn't really take in anything the tour guide was saying.. he talked about the coffee shops (again never want to experience this again), the red light district and the use of 'viewing windows', the canals and the bicycles... but the details are extremely hazy. I do remember that we were allowed to have a piece of ...
... guy and girl because they have four
reservations and two of their companions missed their train. Super friendly guy talking about how much fun
Amsterdam is going to be, and then I realize it’s Fatboy Slim on the way to
ADE, the Amsterdam Dance Event. The DJ
in my Harder Faster Louder picture
in my Travelpod profile? That’s Fatboy
Slim. Shoulda snapped a picture but I
didn’t want ...
... curry pot pie, garlic mushroom soup, and chicken noodle soup. While we satisfied our food cravings and fattened up for our upcoming Everest Base Camp trek in Nepal, we found ourselves mesmerized by watching the Planet Earth series in high definition. I added it to my list of travel porn, similar to an adult version of Alice in Wonderland. It really is mind blowing just how amazing our world can be if you stare at it long enough.
Back to munchies. ...
... s diary was found among the litter in the annex & her father published it. The diary, which gives a moving account of wartime horrors seen through a young girl’s eyes, has sold 25 million copies & has been translated into 60 languages.
Amsterdam is a bit of an eye opener in their attitude to drugs & sex. They have coffee houses where it is legal to smoke cannabis but in saying that hard drugs ...
... an area known as Jordaan which is kind of like a visitor to Wellington spending most of the time in Khandallah or Lower Hutt except Jordaan is a million times more classy that either of those.
We walk every day in a park called Westerpark and in other parts of Jordaan every few days we find a market that blows away most markets in the world. You can spend hours just going from one end to the other. Just walking the streets is interesting and it is not far ...