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... to Rotterdam safely.
I then had to walk back over to Terminal 1 once again to use my free lunch voucher I was given by the airlines, and then used my free phone call I was allowed to reach my parents and tell them that there would be delays and I wasn't supposed to arrive into Amsterdam until 11, and then into Rotterdam at midnight. I also asked once again if there was any way I could be given access to free wifi, since I had at this point been without it for over 7 hours ...
... that had nothing to do with the blue pattern that’s so familiar to us.
In the evening after dinner (we ate with a couple from New Orleans), the crew performed in a talent show of sorts. It ran the gamut from the bartender juggling wine bottles, to the Indonesian staff playing some traditional bamboo instruments, to a couple of cute skits and finally, a well choreographed routine involving about 10 staff members bobbing up and down that was just hysterical.
... Although their lease was to end in August, but they wanted to take the house back in June. So that worried them all a little bit. So we all talked about that as we made dinner. They did give them a lot of warning, which was nice. I'd bought some strawberries at the market for dessert too. It was a very pleasant day for me. I felt like I was back at uni again in a nice communal share-house of like minded girls! I had a great time. Thursday 20 March In the morning I had ...
... way back when I was in France and first embarking on the three-plus month Europe stint. I took a seat on the beach and sat to watch the kite surfers sharing the waves under the setting sun. Somewhere out there, I thought to myself, is England. I'm closer now than I've been since when I left in July 2010 and before I know it, I'll be back. I've turned another of the 'corners', there's not that much further now and I'm starting to feel like I can back off to cruising speed, relax and ...
... by the London architecture Big Ben and Westminster abbey. We conquered the tube system in no time. Next we ventured to Belgium for a day where we toured around learned history and activated out rail passes. We ate Belgian waffles and had Belgian beer at a famous old brewery with the largest number if beers in the world called delirium. We fell in love w Brussels and left that same day for Paris. Where we would all seven of us sleep on floors and couches in a ...