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... informed me my backpack, which I purchased as one bag was in fact 2 bags and I would not be able to check it in. Much to my confusion, I questioned him - "I have travelled the world not once, but twice and also half way around Australia with said "not one backpack" and it's never been considered 2 pieces. I paid for it as one item, making it one object I would assume". This justification of my non-over weight, not perfectly 'suitcase' shaped bag did not impress ...
... and Katelyn walked in, also having bought tickets for the show. We stood in line (ducking off to buy some Doritos and Oreo Milka) and got inside pretty quickly. Busabout had its own seating section at the back of the room so we didn't get tables which was a little disappointing. Less disappointing than the actual show though, which even a joint couldn't bring humor to. Half way through Elli disappeared so Issy and Eammon has to go looking for her. ...
Yesterday we went by high speed train Lyon to Paris and then Paris to Amsterdam with only an hour to make the connection, we got to the second train with only five minutes to go which may explain by verbal spew when a Spanish man cut the queue in front of me - after my sustained 60 seconds of expletives he turned around and said gracias - i'm presuming he didn't understand kiwi vernacular.
... for 4 years with my friend Wijnand who called himself Robert while in Australia,only to find out that he had passed away and that he did not had my address to contact me in the short period before his death when he was able to do so. I am glad I found him and his neighbours who were able to fill in the gaps in his life’s story.
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Meanwhile I am in France and will update my blog a bit more ...
... The Netherlands are very, very flat (Netherlands means "low lands") and very windy. It's no wonder that they were able to perfect the art of windmills. After Zaanse Schans, we went to the fishing village of Voldendam, where we toured a cheese factory. From there, we took a boat to the island of Marken, and went to a clog factory. It was neat seeing how they make clogs – the ceiling was lined with fresh clogs hanging to dry. They dry for ...