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So, here I am sitting in my new room of two and a half weeks in Rembrandstraat, Leiden. The sun is shining. Believe it or not. It is. Dutch weather, ey?
I left home exactly one month today. A long time between drinks. 6 months… Of travel that is.
For the last six months, as my last blog stated, I really was 100% Michael in Melbourne. Nothing tying me to previous experiences. Just the road ahead.
I really enjoyed my time back home, ...
... 8230;very remonstrative@!). We felt safe everywhere we went, even in the big cities. The number of homeless in San Francisco was quite an eye opener though…there really were lots of them.
So what were the highlights? Well the whole holiday was a highlight really. Each of us experienced it differently of course. My highlight were the hikes in Zion and Lone Pine and I loved the beaches and our evening out with Mark ...
... After 3 solid hours we are "Bulbed Out" and head off for the town centre where we find the usual Kamikaze Cyclists and extras from Van de Valk. Feeling in need of sustenance from our Tarten Brethren, we head back to Amsterdam Central Station (35 mins) by train and arrive to find that Max and his "Squadron" have moved us to a superb room overlooking the canal as promised. Tonight we head off to The Deer and Tiger Indonesian ...
Amsterdam was everything I expected and then some. I loved being in the Netherlands, people were so nice and everyone spoke perfect English. Every where I looked there was something historic and beautiful looking. I loved the way all of the buildings looked. My favorite part of the city were the canals running through the middle. Overall Amsterdam was one of the prettiest places I've been so far.
Besides seeing beautiful things we also got ...
... two children who whined and refused to eat the weird food. You know, weird like fruit and yoghurt. He had worked in Singapore and Hong Kong, and was a bit racist, "sorry" to hear that Sydney now has such a large Asian population, and wanting to tell me all about how dreadful all his Asian staff had been in Singapore. And the final straw was flicking through my camera to see the photos of Zaandam's windmills, as they thought they might like to go there, ...