Ambassade Arena Art'Otel
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After a long application procedure and some time spent on arranging/going through medicals and visumrequests I finally heard earlier this morning that I'm going to fly out to Fort Lauderdale, Florida on the 26th of October and from there head to the Caribbean.
The boat departs from Fort Lauderdale, to a private island in the Bahamas called Half Moon Cay. From there we move on to Aruba, Curaçao, Colombia, Panama and Costa ...
... a bit like a Butlins with everything possible going for it, but at least we have a pitch of our own tonight, as well as electric and showers and pancakes for dinner. I washed a few undies to keep us going until we get home and hung them up like flags from our chairs, luckily it was sunny and windy so hopefully all will be dry by bedtime.
Tomorrow we have to leave by about 12.00 to catch the ferry back to Harwich and then meet ...
I woke up at 9 today (was it 9) and spoke to you then got up and made an omelette for breakfast. We did a last clean, made sure everything was packed, stripped the beds, took out the rubbish etc. We left around 11:20 and got to Gare du Nord fairly quickly. We got our tickets, got a bite to eat, then went to the train. The journey was three hours but it flew by. The French/Belgian/Dutch country side is beautiful and Dutch ...
... We decided to tackle the canal ride, Sex Museum and Red Light District. And we did it! The canal ride was beautiful, the Sex Museum was... Interesting. And the Red Light District was exactly what it's made out to be.. a bunch of girls in windows with red lights! Pretty basic! So glad that we got to experience all of the stereotypical things in Amsterdam!
That brings us to today! We slept in, woke up and had some breakfast. Then went out for ...
The day started early (for me on holiday) bright and shiny first into the breakfast room as I wanted to be early for the Anne Frank museum which opens at nine. It was a very pleasant walk, about five "blocks" along the Keizersgracht, at the same time as parents were taking their kids to school, the little ones on the front or back of the adult's bike on one of the many contraptions for transporting kids, and the slightly older ones pedalling alongside on a ...