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... making demonstration using purpose built machinery that took about five minutes to make; considerably quicker than it would have originally taken. Although the clogs looked heavy and clumsy, the craftsman assured us they were comfortable, light and waterproof. There was an enormous array of plain, painted and carved clogs on display; children's, men's and women's. Even ornate wedding clogs!
As we meandered around we discovered the cheese shop and ...
... at the ladder and tossed my bag up onto the bed. When the lady realized I was there, she looked up from painting her toenails and reluctantly moved her clothes just enough for me to fit one foot on each step. I climbed up, removed the large strips of frayed fabric from the laundry bag and proceeded to cover the mattress with the "sheets." Afterwards, I laid down and cranked up the Norah Jones in my headphones. Things could only ...
... through quite quickly just to say I'd been. There are no photo's allowed in this area! It is however well manned by the police and aside from the couple of alleyways I happened to run down I didn't feel at all threatened in the area. Wouldn't have ventured here after dark mind you. There also lots more 'coffee shops' in this area the sort that doesn't sell coffee (if you get my drift) the condomerie is also worth a cheeky ...
... groups promoting their causes, with much flag-waving and music blaring throughout the square.
All of us have enjoyed our time in Amsterdam, where the friendly and good-looking residents make this city a most hospitable place to visit. Their respect for orderliness and well-mannered behavior, in spite of the hordes of bicycles zipping around, was evident everywhere we went. It was especially evident during ...
After a relatively less stressed day in Rotterdam, decided to tour the city of Amsterdam on Day 6 along with Sanjeev who travelled from Almere. While I waited at the station, I also decided to catch up with my chat friend Niels who I am proud to say works for the Netherlands Railways. I am sure its a lot of fun to drive those beasts at 200km per hour speed or even more. He was kind enough to take off ...