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... this region. She ended our talk with motivating advice about taking chances and learning from every mistake.
After a day of back to back informative meetings we left the BCD Headquaters and took the train from Utrecht to Amsterdam. Once we settled into our hotel for the night, we took the metro to the city center and watched the France vs. *****ia game then walked around and did some more sightseeing! Overall, ...
... I guess it doesn't open on Mondays.
I found a book shop that had a reasonable selection of kid's books - funny to see some of the favourite authors at school (Eric Carle, David Walliams, Andy Griffiths, Shaun Tan etc) on the bookshelf in another language. Didn't see any Margaret Mahy or Lynley Dodd ones though!
I also found a couple of Cook shops - think TFE, but on a much bigger scale. Probably a good thing my suitcase was fairly full when we arrived! ...
... the local petrol station, we headed to a garage, who pointed us in the direction of an exhaust repairer (and gave us the number of a tow-truck on the side, just in case), We made it through another 10km’s on the highway, to find the Midas and a helpful mechanic who only charged 5 Euro for a quick replacement.
Crisis averted , and desperate for lunch, we headed back onto the motorway, stopping ...
... the accuracy of the water pressure and how the lines of the fountain were all in sync. Cool. And I quote Paul: 'Must have been German engineering' :) We then continued along the canals, taking lots of photos and exploring the city aimlessly until we found a very enticing noodle restaurant. We shared a bowl of Japanese teriyaki noodles with tofu and vegetables and continued on our merry way back to the hotel. We arrived back here about 9.30pm, chatted for a while before falling ...
... and it is very easy to get lost. I generally find a strong visual point and eventually find my way in relation to that.
When you use the transit system in Amsterdam you have to get your ticket punched on the way in AND on the way out, so hold on to your ticket.
Count on getting lost now and then. Give yourself plenty of time to get around, and enjoy the inevitable wrong turn. If you relax, go with the flow and keep your eyes open you may ...