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Today we got out of the city and went for a trip out to see all the beautiful old windmills. We caught a bus from up near the main train station for a couple of euro each and took the bus 40 minutes out of town. It was worth the trip as it was so pretty out there. Some of the windmills are sill working out there and you can go up inside them to watch how they work. We couldn't go up as by the time we got there they were only open to group bookings. We went into some cheese factories ...
... with others in the profession and 70%25 experimental learning. They have found that this to be far more effective then having staff sit in theoretical training courses whereby they might attend these courses for 3 days and return to work with only a very small percentage of the information that they learnt being retained. They have also found that adults in the workforce learn best through the following methods:
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... to hear how they lived. As we were leaving there was a bit of an incident with two American tourists (with their baby) loudly berating the staff to let them in just before closing. Doing a fantastic job as ambassadors for their great nation! Mr George felt to point out they were embarrassing in the defence of the poor staff member. Other than the international incident it was a nice wee outing.
... I did. She has the appetite of an ant. Until it comes to sweet stuff. Her lunch, although she had ordered salmon, was basically hot chocolate with whipped cream. I ended up eating her salmon.
Amy and Forrest returned to us via tram. Forrest LOVED the boat museum!! and after enjoying the park and bistro around the Rijks museum we took a tram back to our neck of the woods, with the intention of taking a canal cruise, but it was too late! It stays ...
... Glasgow and was on his way to work in Netherlands.
Once on the ferry he and i went for a few drinks and chatted bikes etc all evening until we decided at about 9pm it was time to rest.
As per usual I decided to upgrade from my rabbit hutch cabin to a more luxury cabin which includes a mini bar and also breakfast but is also about 3 times larger than the original rabbit hutch .
And so that concludes the first day of my Arctic Circle ...