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... there are often signs indicating deers crossing. There are 10 000 kilometres of dykes. In previous years the land tax was based on the size of your door so all the front doors and staircases are very narrow. Subsequently the buildings have wider windows and hooks coming out from the roof for you to attach rope to and hoist your furniture up as lounge chairs etc wouldn't fit through the front door.
First stop was the Coster Diamond house where Ashleigh ...
... is apparently where every person waits in line for the bathroom, stewardess arrange their carts, and the area that they decide to blast the cold air. The lady next to me has 4 blankets covering her right now. It's cold. Luckily, I decided to get a upgrade to my chair( more recline, my leg room, and mostly importantly, unlimited booze). I have consumed enough boxed wine to get a group of sorority girls to like ...
... becomes one of your favourite words. 7. You feel closer to friends made on the road than some of those you have known your whole life. 8. To you, hot water is a luxury. Sometimes even just running water. 9. Even if traveling alone, you haven’t had a room to yourself in a really long time. 10. You really aren’t sure what day it is, unless there’s a beer special at the pub. Everyday is Saturday. 11. You can say Cheers in ...
... all, I could say the first night was a definite success...and quite hazy at that.
March 30th, 2014
Day numero dos of Amsterdam rolls around and considering how late we got back the night before, we were definitely not at 100% but partied on. So today we decided to let it all go easily, a very laissez fair attitude for the day. Stop numero uno was the "I amsterdam" sign near Rembrandtplein.
Afterward we took a nice long lunch at ...
... to various tourist attractions and things we might be interested in. He then informed us that he was homeless and asked us for a small fee for his services. Paul and I had no time to say a word during this entire conversation but felt a little bad for the man anyhow. So Paul dug into his bum bag and found a collection of coins for the man. Unfortunately it only amounted to about 70 cents. The homeless man wasn't impressed... Is that it? He ...