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Travel Blogs from Leiden
... of Chessington Zoo in 1968, you are greeted by a waft of music delivered by a vast automated barrel organ. The ubiquitous South East Asian types are all snapping away taking pictures of each other's false teeth......tubs of tulips are strategically placed between the waffle vendors to give you hope that there is more than this. Already grumpy and preparing for a disappointment, we head off towards "The Windmill". How wrong first ...
... accept that doing laundry is inevitable during my trip.
4. I must accept that I cannot avoid the situation of having to wear an outfit twice in one month.
5. I must accept that I cannot bring any heels with me in my backpack.
6. I must accept that some tough choices will have to be made.
7. Under no circumstances can I accept a limitation on the amount of underwear to bring.
8. Shoes may only be brought to Perth if they can be worn ...
... swarm" Until the cycleway hit the dunes! The beach is called Schwenginen and it is apparently the most popular beach in The Netherlands...and you had better believe it. It was crawling and I mean...crawling. Literally there were thousands and thousands, each with their own square metre of sand and appropriate sunshade. We didn't stay long and to be honest, it was early afternoon and the heat was unbearable!! Instead we cycled to ...
... not Europe) and has great multimedia displays. There are movies showing on the walls of each room, along with music of the culture and all sorts of artifacts. There was also a special Indonesian exhibit, a room filled with Buddhas, and a very interesting film and display of Maori boat building. A few years back the museum worked with the Maori to build a ceremonial Waka (longboat) for the museum to display and another for them ...