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... enough to see on its own. Of course I was interested in the medical history, so next we went to see the old hospital museum. This hospital was used right up until the 1970's. Although the religious artwork was interesting, it was disappointing as it had very little medical information. We still had cheese from the Amsterdam markets, so for lunch we just bought some more fresh bread and ...
... in the town square. It didn’t take long to see why. On the sea front we were confronted by 3 giant babies climbing up the side of a building and a 3 foot Santa scaling a balcony to an apartment. If anyone has seen Childs Play – the movie, the Santa seemed very Chucky-esque to me!
We walked along to one of the 2 piers. The weather had become bleak, dank, cold wet and windy. This, however, didn’t stop a sole would be surfer trying to ...
... trying to make this as difficult as possible by interrupting and asking for this, that and the other. We were all done and we set off and as with so many of our bike rides we were five minutes down the road and Lily is saying she's thirsty and Ruby is saying she's tired and they both don't want to go riding today. We kept going regardless and found the bike path we wanted, fighting the wind slightly as we went. This was where ...
I've often wondered where to start. Do I land my audience straight in to the heart of my journey, as if eternally sat patiently on pause waiting for someone to open the page and press the play button? Are my reasons or intentions of any value to anyone but myself? Should I not jot a word until back home – cooped in my tiny apartment – before reflecting and reminiscing on all the little quirks that travelling anywhere inevitably conjure up?
Bag Lady~ many have joked about me when it comes to my travel luggage. And I can't blame them. I used to fill up a huge suitcase for a one week beach holiday in Greece as a teenager and barely stay beneath the weight limit (cuz seriously what do you need besides a bikini, dress and sunglasses??). As the years passed by, wisdom & skills were gained and my luggage slimmed. But today somehow it ...