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... we were so cold at Nam-tso lake, and we were invited to the room where all the guides and drivers sleep, we realised the importance of dried yak dung. Finally we were able to defrost thanks to the furnace that was fuelled by that very dung. And now it's clear that the young girl's task was vital for their survival throughout the bittercold winter that awaits. Everywhere we went people would smile and say 'Tashi Deleg' and we found everyone friendly but modest and some ...
... has gone down and the moon has come up,
And long ago somebody left with the cup.
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 ...
... s sleep, a long workout and a fantastic breakfast, we walk to the Rijksmuseum, recently renovated in a very historic building, and full of wonderful Dutch masters paintings, including some truly amazing masterpieces. Neither of us have seen a large collection of this genre of paintings before, and we love this type of art, so we have a great couple of hours enjoying the collection. We could easily have spent another couple of hours here, but decide ...
... you in that regard, however, I am fairly confident that you should not have any issue with searching up some pictures of the house on google. It was very powerful to walk through that exhibit and read her journal entries of her hopes, concerns and aspirations. If you ever happen to find yourself in Amsterdam, I would highly recommend visiting this museum, but I also recommend going in the evening around 8:00.
By the end of the day, ...