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... br> I'll be working on the Zuiderdam (Holland America Line) and this trip will take 2 weeks after which I'll either continue on on this ship or fly out towards another vessle from Holland America Line, but that I'll hear in the next week.
Getting my uniform ready to go and packing up my photography equipment and the countdown begins! ^^
This will be one hell of an experience and I really can't wait to start! :D ...
... switch off about money and pay what is asked. If one kept thinking of prices and money every time they went into a shop then you might as well forget even going to that country.
One thing that did have me a bit worried on this adventure was the total lack of marine wildlife. At every lake and river I stopped at I would hope to see some fish or some marine life but in all I might have seen about 20 or so little fish in all the days I was there!!
With all the rivers, lakes and ...
... campground for the night-where we had to provide our own toilet paper, pay for hot water to wash dishes & although the showers were included in the price-they were the push button variety-where it literally only stayed on for a second! I decided after assisting Gracie to shower, it really wasn't worth the effort & skipped it. At $36-for the pleasure of sleeping on a bit of grass-without any extras-I would rather have found a free camping spot-although the ...
We got up really early this morning so we could make the most of our time in the Netherlands. Luckily the weather not too cold and dry so we are enjoying walking everywhere, we are going to be so fit by the time we finish our adventures... We've walked miles. First on the agenda was a walking tour starting in Dam Square. It is literally called Dam Square because in order to create Amsterdam built a dam in the river a Amstel. Our tour guide was appropriately named Kor, he was a ...
... but nothing big, then it gets more intense and after half the show I want to leave so we do. After the act, that I didn't like at all, half the audience gets up and leaves too, even the people who just sat down next to us get up. It was something to experience but something I will never do again. Gladly we made it back safe and now it's time for bed. Amsterdam was fun, I would love to come back but I'm excited to see what comes next in our next stop, ...