Hostel B&B Utrecht City Center
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... a crowed shopping centre. We gave up and drove off to the next camping spot.
We went to Meijel, a small town in southern Netherlands near the German border. It was in the middle of nowhere but there was a co-op with food and a large empty parking lot. Another problem sorted. No water hoses yet but the camp site had toilets and showers.
Woke up to snow and very cold temperatures. Then van is warm except for the floor, which makes your toes quite cold.
I have to admit I was a bit nervous this morning. Not everybody has the chance to wake up and walk to the BCD Travel Headquarters in Utrecht. Apart form being a bit anxious, I also had the feeling today was going to be a big day.
Our first meeting was with Peter Buisman, SVP of HR EMEA. So far during this trip, we have had the change to learn about HR in developing countries such as India, Brazil and ...
... to meet an Irish girl who was not so very happy when I described her way of speaking as being "straight outta Belfast" on spite of it being true. (We made friends later, so it's cool) From the barbecue I headed to a boat party, so essentially we cruised up and down the canals of the city while consuming vast amounts of cheap beer and dancing. At some stage late in the night a heap of inflatable dolphins appeared and made the night all the more fun. At ...
... customs you could see the conveyor belt where your luggage was. A few native Zimbabweans made me laugh, they had snuck out of the queue to go past customs, get their suitcases and return back in the queue. It was the moment of truth, when I got to the visa desk I was expecting a lot of questioning and suspicion. No one asked me why I was there or anything! I was surprised when she said “that’s it, go and collect your receipt”.
... a few beers with the tour leader who was also taking the Red Light District tour. Dave asked are there any other shows worth seeing in the area as Moulin Rouge didn't have good reviews. His response was "oh no don't go to Moulin Rouge. Go and get the real thing it's much better value for money and I know of someone called Julia if you're interested". Well that just confused the living hell out of us and left us rather red faced. I'll leave it to the imagination but by ...