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Amsterdam had it all. The weather was perfect during our 6 days. Particularly lucky as it rains here 300 days a year! The one low point of our stay was wasting a whole day trying to talk to the bank and travel card company. But that still left the night! The free walking tour gave us some great info on the city and how it came about. Such as that 70% of the Netherlands is below sea level, the local airport is called schiphol because the guy that used to farm ...
... my birthday. They told him something like we will see what we can do. Dan came back with a bummed expression. We both assumed that meant: yeah you and everyone else buddy. Then a cute little waitress came over with two huge tall beers for us while a Happy birthday song came on over the speakers. We were so excited and thankful. And while we were sitting there beaming from excitement from it all while drinking our new beers another bartender came over said happy birthday ...
... that we go get some herring. Unfortunately, that was understood as an offer to go out and get some 'heroine' according to Anneke. In the end, we ended up getting some poffertjes.
As we were returning to the train station, Marie inquired as to what would happen to our luggage when we return from Europe asking "will we have to go to customer service to get our bags checked when we get into Vancouver?"
I walked all around in the morning and afternoon looking at the canals and old buildings. Venice gets all the attention for having canals, but id say Amsterdam is a close second! Of course I had to check out the Red Light District. I went during the day the first time so it wasn't sketchy, but to my surprise this was probably the least shady part of town due to the heavy police presence. ...
... All this time I was finding myself and I, didn't know I was lost." - Aloe Blacc 2013
It's the 3rd of April 2013 and I'm at Schiphol Airport to hug my mother for a last time before I step into the darkness. The next 14 months I travel throughout 14 countries and I gain crucial life experience by being open-minded and adapting to local habits and cultures.
I can truly say I have seen something of the world and the ...