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... dog who was peeing on their tent, he punted it in the stomach! I swiftly reported them both to the Chilean RSPCA! He felt bad after! O - me saying 'I can't believe we've got another two days of this ****' whilst strolling through the beautiful Torres del Paine (I was only playing up to Matt's hatred for the hiking)! - Best sights O - the view from the top of Volcàn Villarica- before it exploded! O - the view from Cerro Otto in Barriochle O - riding along the green ...
... there, followed by the ferry back to the central station, and we made our way back to the apartment to freshen up and head out. Sacha had recommended we try a local cocktail bar called Hiding in Plain Sight but we didn't end up getting there. We felt like Thai for dinner, and after enduring a rare bad customer service experience in Amsterdam where we went into a large Thai place and were thrown the menus by a rude Thai woman we found a much nicer small Thai restaurant and enjoyed a ...
... the 17th century canal system of down town Amsterdam There are concentrations in several parts of the canals whereas other stretches are deliberately kept empty. It is quite expensive to own a canal house boat.
Amsterdam is the only ancient city in the world where the medieval center is not a museum but a Red light district. The first brothels here were opened in the 15th century, mainly in the Warmoesstraat ('Chard Street') ...
... and boxes of tulip bulbs. Every colour and shape you could imagine.
Through the Jordaan district, with its converted warehouses and cafes. Of course a stop was required at this point, though did resist the pastries.
A cheese shop with tastings, happiness is....... Then another, and in this one found Polderkaas Gold, an aged cows cheese. Actually, we found ...
We walked through Dam Square to the Westerkerk Church. Rembrandt is buried here. We then went to the Anne Frank Museum which had an hour and a half waiting line. We had purchased our tickets online and were instructed to ring a bell and were immediately able to enter the museum. We went through the warehouse and into the secret annex ...