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... the exhibits I most wanted to see was the Doll's House belonging to Petronella Oortmond. I had read, at Kate's recommendation, "The Miniaturist", and we'd also read it for our book club. The novel was inspired by this Doll's House, and it is amazingly detailed and beautiful. We had lunch in the nice little cafe. Wok was taken with the amount of equipment the waitress carried on her belt, a bit like a policeman. So she happily posed for him to ...
... my travels and making connections. You never know when you'll run into them again!
Volendam itself is a nice fishing village and very different from the other towns I'd visited so far. However, it is also very touristy. The streets were packed with the passengers of at least 20 tour buses and a small cruise ship. I'm glad I saw it, but preferred the others.
My last morning, I enjoyed one more walk along the beach followed by a Dutch ...
... the sex museum, I've included a few pics. Not too risqué, but if you're sensitive, be warned :) Sex can be funny but the layout was dared and some slapstick moments gave s few giggles. But it was pretty interesting really. The archival photographs were both surprising and graphic. Especially the homosexual pics from the 1800s where this was an offence that got you killed by pretty hideous means.... So glad we ...
... in love with it. And it was a rainy day!
One more night until I can pick up Mira from the airport. Stopping somewhere just outside Sofia, I meet Mario, a Bulgarian interior designer who likes his beer. The way he dresses and acts I find it hard to believe he is an interior designer. The next morning he takes me to his home, where he explains his designer skills. Seeing his out-in-the-wild free style home I totally agree he can make something out of nothing. ...
... exactly where the border was, but there definitely was a change in agriculture. Vast areas of glasshouses in The Netherlands and it seems much more orderly. Each field is clearly delineated by a drain and houses grouped together, though small in size. Got excited to see a few of the old windmills in the fields, as well as plenty of the new style wind turbines. Not nearly as elegant, in my eyes. Our apartment is just south of the old centre, close to a ...