Doune Guest House
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fellow backpacker. By accepting these opportunities, you don't know what
friendships you might make, what memories you'll create, or what things you'll
experience that'll change you as a person. While this sounds cheesy, I speak
from experience, so take opportunities!
9. That a smile goes a long way
Asians love to smile. Sure, some
get hot-headed and shout a lot and seem to have angry conversations constantly,
but most of the time ...
... lots of traveling today!) and then my plan from Toronto was right on time. The back of the seats did not have individual TVs as I had expected since we had some in Greece but I read and they played a plane-wide
movie which was good fluff to make time pass. Our flight landed 45 minutes early and then there wasn't much of a line up at customs so I was all excited to speed right through but then he asked me for a document I did not ...
There were a couple of places where swans could be seen feeding in the estuary, and then I came upon a clump of ducks. I even stopped to take a photo before I noticed two blokes in cammo and behind a hide with their dogs and shotguns. The ducks were all decoys!
We chatted for a bit, they had not managed to attract any real ducks yet, primarily because a couple were picnicking just along the bank. As I walked on, I noticed that they were sitting next to ...
... entire world. The people were very friendly. The city itself is one of the most interesting I've ever been to and it's very walkable. WE hardly took public transportation. The city is divided into two main areas. Old Town, which dates back to the early 1100s and New Town which was first built in the late ...
... expecting to see him get his finger out of his nose and pick up the phone; instead it was answered by a helpful woman who said, no, the doors were definitely standing wide open, was I on Keizergracht, No 603? No, I said, I was on a street just around the corner from Keizergracht... turns out I was outside the annexe, which SHOULD have been open but wasn't...
When I found it, the museum was quite interesting, with three different photographers ...