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... Once at the Hostel, we dropped off our luggage and found a cafe to grab lunch. The waiter gave us free french fries, and a free round of wine - so I would say we picked our cafe quite nicely. From the cafe, we began exploring the town by foot. The quantity of bikes was absolutely mind-blowing. I knew to expect a lot of bikes, but holy smokes they are everywhere! We knew that our first day, was the only day of our trip we would have without rain, so we made the most ...
... my usual pin and drumsticks to add to the collection. After walking for about 40 minutes we stopped and got lunch (although both of us kept calling it dinner due to the ridiculous jet lag!). We had pizza and a Heineken for €7. Pretty delicious, especially when you're tired. Walking through the city was great, it's a beautiful city and we were able to get our bearings a bit. Although all of the canals and similar style buildings makes it very easy to get lost!!
After eating ...
... the space cake. We each demolished our own and then walked around trying to find a decent club. We didn't find one but instead bumped into a couple of people that we had met the night before. We ended up going to a pub instead and had a few beers.
... with complexity". This is critical. Other key points that this conference highlighted for me:
- Businesses around the world (BIG businesses) are aligning with our method of teaching and learning. This is good. We can use this.
- The need for critical, creative thinkers is in fact a desirable and highly sought after trait for employees and businesses.
- Think tanks are method utilised by businesses to ...
... the houseboats, steep gabled buildings and many pretty bridges in the area.
Amsterdam was quite touristy but there’s a reason for that: it’s pretty and it has many cultural sights as well as a few other entertainments such as the bars (which we did frequent) and the coffee shops (which we did not frequent) whose strong smelling smoke almost made us high just by walking past them. The city has a good transport network and is home to a network ...