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Travel Blogs from Amsterdam
Writing this from Trier, Monday 25th. Bit behind in my entries!
In internet cafe so photo uploads will have to wait until I have a wifi connection for my phone.
line for the Anne Frank House was way too long, as I was warned it
would be, so I went to the sex museum. It felt wrong doing those two in
can't include everything in this entry due to prospective employment etc. Arrived sat night and found our hostel easily. Went for a walk around the city. So many coffee shops! (term for places that sell "amsterdam coffee". Cappuccinos etc avail from Cafes). To self: had "gender psy.. (Specific)", "the balance is broken!" and "spu, spoo... are we …
My 18 hours in in Holland's capital rotated mainly around football. I arrived (finally after problems with the train) at about 6 in the evening, which gave me time to find my hostel, the nearby chip bar (chips almost like we get them in England!) and then a place to watch the semi-final between Holland and Uruguay. Obviously, this was a big deal …
... anything to declare and if you don't walk through the red gate well you just walk out, so easy.By chance there was a Melbourne girl who travelled the exact same route as me. So although I'd love to tell you how to get to the city by train I can't, she gave me a lift in her taxi paid for by her company, I'm grateful.
I arrived at the hostel by 4am and my body thinks its 10pm... Ugh jet lag.
Even worse was my screw up with the booking. Back in Brisbane when ...
... of Amsterdam, I couldn't wait to get out of it. I just don't really understand it, and it was an almost painful experience.
The next day we woke up early again to head to the Anne Frank House. Another sadder experience, but the hope and inspiration that Anne Frank embodied is unbelievable. It was very cool to be able to see the house she lived in and the room she and her family hid in for years without being able to feel the fresh air ...