Bastion Deluxe Hotel Almere
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... then we decided to quit our jobs and travel for longer instead!
Our flights were uneventful and tiring as usual, and Donna and Stu found us at the airport early on Monday morning. They did a great job of keeping us awake for the whole day by taking us for a walk through the beautiful green spaces of Almere to the town centre. Almere is a new and highly planned town which is designed for bikes and walking. During our walk along the ...
... myself on the losing end of a car-bike accident in which I slammed into the back of a van that stopped suddenly in front of me. I managed to trigger a preexisting knee injury as well as cause a bit of damage to the van. I just recently got this matter resolved with the owner of the van, and am happy to report that Netherlands law favors cyclists immensely. For those interested, if you are a cyclist and you completely cause a car accident, you can only ...
... every night. I had coffee with one of Adia's friend's mother, which was lovely. I adventured around Utrecht, another larger city a bit south of me. With my free museum card, I randomly entered the Christian artifacts museum there. It probably would have been more interesting if I could read Dutch a bit better...
One of the highlights of the week though was the first weekend. My friend Melissa (remember, ...
... yikes. Last week was fantastic. I feel like Adia and I finally clicked and we had so much fun together! We went to Bounz on that Thursday and, following the fashion of my luck, Adia had a great time jumping on the trampoline for a solid hour, only to slip, fall and hurt her foot walking home. She might be related to me. I figured she had only rolled her ankle or something so I iced it, cooked dinner and hung out until Henriette got home. She figured it was better to ...
... of knowledge that I am so thankful to have had. She is sweet, funny, and was able to discuss all of the intricacies of our day-to-day routine with me, as well as answer my no doubt infuriatingly never-ending stream of questions. We spent Monday getting to know each other over the ironing board, and I helped cook my first Dutch meal, called boerenkool stampot. It is basically kale mashed into potatoes with kielbasa on top. ...