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I cannot believe it has already been 5 months now since I left Sydney for my travel adventures! The saying time flies when you are having fun could not be more true for me right now. During this 5 months I've have visited 16 different countries (I'm am including The Vatican, Monaco and Liechtenstein in this count because technically they are countries!) managed to not lose anything of too much value, only missed one flight, completed ...
Have been advised that today is a national day of mourning for victims of MH17 and that there will be 1 minutes silence at 1pm.
That was one very somber 5 minutes silence at Schipol, customs stood and saluted, flight gates completely closed, everything just stopped still, Everything!It was an extremely eerie yet moving moment.
... just to see how big it is and to see the modern architecture, he turns around and then continues to Kinderdijk, where the UNESCO World Heritage Site of nineteen windmills are displayed.
Amsterdam being a maze of lakes, swamps and peat at or below sea level, we view dyke banks to keep the water out. The Netherlands is, of course, famous for its windmills, with none so captivating as those we explore ...
... to a little sidewalk cheese store, passed a beautiful little romantic hotel and then a bicycle decorated in bright colors and flowers. Back on the bus for the ride back to the boat. We found a table and 4 chairs so we could play cards for about 45 minutes. Boys against the girls and they are killing us in "Spades". Wayne didn't even know how to play but he obviously is a quick study as he knew exactly how to get ...
... being common, given a tar-base.
While the houses and little farmyards with animals were all postcard-worthy, the point of coming here was to see how clogs are made. Nowadays it is far more automated, and Joel the clog man took us from a chunk of moist poplar wood through 2 machines to what was pretty much a clog. Both machines have a 3D stencil which then guides either the lathe (outside) or the spoon (inside) to carve the wood. Liam liked the machines, ...