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... 1650, they were the preeminent slave traders until 1700. This exhibit focused specifically on a ship called the Leusden. The ship is a particularly horrific story. The ship ran aground in an estuary in Suriname in 1738. The ship began to sink and the crew locked the 700 prisoners in the cargo hold. The ship was, lost, but this year after 3 centuries academics think it may finally have been located.
The coolest thing, in my opinion, was The Amsterdam, a Dutch East Indiaman which ...
... where we enjoyed ourselves before we continued on to our next of six castles. It might also be interesting to note that a hospital wing was established on the property during the first world war by the castle’s doctor who offered his services. The hospital he personally funded was to be the recovery and aid centre for thousands of soldiers who fought in the great war.
It was about lunch time, but we figured that we would at least hit one more château before ...
MAY 6, 2014 - NINTH DAY
Breakfast as usual and then on the bus to Keukenhof Gardens. We finally got to see millions of tulips that we had been looking for all ofver The Netherlands, since we were on the "Tulip Time Cruise". We also saw many hyacenths, orchids and many other flowers. Absolutely beautiful in every way. It is only open for 8 weeks a year and we were there during the 5th or 6th week. We bought tulip ...
... toilets, so we went to a 2nd one around the corner. Juls ordered the food, and observed a lack of fast in this particular joint - more like a social gathering of uniformed teens than a workplace!
We were shortly on the bus with our guide, Diana, she of dark hair and several languages - she did the commentary in English and Spanish plus had Dutch to hand as well. After just minutes of winding out of the city, the country came up pretty quickly. Diana ...
We arrived at Amsterdam Airport ahead of schedule after what we thought was a very fast flight. Now we had to meet up with the rest of the tour party who had arrived from different airports. Mr Paxton used his impeccable Dutch to decipher where Jake Goosen would be landing whilst Mr Bowden led the party to the other side of the Schiphol airport (nearly as long as the previous flight!). The last five members ...