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... there as well which felt sort of surreal.
After the museum was sat in a nearby park and had something to eat. There were people ice-skating off to the right and a big rainbow in the sky, really picturesque. We left around 11 and walked around the city through heaps of flower and souvenir markets. We eventually ended up at Dam Square where we sat for a while. It was so busy. Around Dam Square, and down most of the side streets, there are malls with shops. I found a spare battery ...
... Viehls and headed south and east. Our first target was St. Antonio en Noble Val, where The 100 Foot Journey was filmed. It is a truly medieval city, and Diane found it charming. I was crushed because I saw none of the filming sites. (At the TI they said only Yanks and Aussies ask about the filming.). After lunch there we drove on to Albi through beautiful agricultural land, dotted with bast ides. (We have yet to actually GO to a Bastille, but.....), Just outside Noble ...
... her mother, "mum can I have a bike" her mother’s response was "no you are a girl". That reply would not have worked here in Amsterdam! Every year in Amsterdam over 60,000 bikes are stolen Constable Care should come over here and teach the Dutch a few things.
On our last night in Amsterdam we went for a short stroll down the road and had a nice romantic dinner and an early night before our next trip to Hamburg.
... of rain to distract you from the skippers very obtuse humour.
Off the boat and time to eat we indulged in a little comfort food at of all places an Irish Pub again.
Sunday roast complete with Yorkshire pudding which was proceeded by Dutch Bitterballen (a ragout filled croquette of amazingness).
A couple pints later and we were ready for a warm bed a decent nights sleep before our early morning flight to the Catalan capital ...
... The way back got me thinking about Thailand. There's a certain difference between the north with it's culture and rainforest and the south with it's tourism. I prefer the north for it's originality, it's culture and it's heritage, but I prefer the south for it's sea, islands and beaches. There is poverty among Thai, but they are satisfied with what they receive. Simple life. Appreciation. Thai live with strong belief in their Buddhistic way of life. Deep respect for their king. Yet it ...