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We woke up this morning and walked down to the Mikes Bikes office where we met the tour group. We got a mini history lesson and safety information at the start from one of the guides then we were split into two groups for the actual tour. We went out and picked a bike and lined up on the pavement ready to ride out. It's been so long since I've ridden a bike I was a little worried I'd make a fool of myself, but after a wobbly start I got into the swing of it ...
Despite yesterday's forecast of less favourable weather, the weather provided us with ideal conditions to explore the 'Museum Quarter'. With so many famous Dutch masters on offer, our first stop this morning was the Van Gogh Museum, just a short tram ride from our hotel room. We were one of the first group to arrive, but the place was swarming with tourist within the first 30 mins of opening. Our guide around the four floors of artwork was a hand-held map, ...
... and to book our train trip to Cologne tomorrow where we will meet our overnight train to Budapest. How sad to be leaving so soon. It has been great to be in Amsterdam again. What a beautiful city and great to see bikes outnumbering cars - an efficient way to get around. And Caitlin has told me Budapest temperatures are in the minuses. yikes! -Adrienne Unfortunately we cannot post the accompanying photos because it wont let us. We will send them in another ...
... months a year and has over 30 gardeners tending the gardens. We were lucky almost everything was in bloom and had over an hour to walk around and enjoy the sights.
After an hour drive back, we boarded the ship and sailed twenty minutes later. We had a quiet evening and saw the film “Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close” after dinner. There is a small theater on board and a different movie is shown each day.
... God I loved it. I think the haka is very primal. The power and the energy of it is so strong, you could almost reach out and touch it.
They were wearing the traditional Maori outfits made of flax and jewellery such as hei tiki. They were also wearing shorts, in this weather! Fair play to them because it was damn cold. Waana Davis, the chairperson of Toi Maori gave a speech, which was followed by the ritual greeting between the Maoris and the honoured guests, ...
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