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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 ...
... pink lipstick (this is Amsterdam, after all), filed and
buffed my nails, and put on a coat of clear polish. How great is that for free? De Bijenkorf has a small chic café overlooking Dam Square. It’s on the second floor, so you’re close enough to people-watch from above, and yet it’s so calm, it’s like being in a bubble where they serve Moet & Chandon by the glass. Bliss.
After shopping, I headed back ...
... name, but they guys were Rich and Kieran. And they had these hilarious masks of different celebrities and were going around photo bombing people with them. They had Justin Beiber, the Queen of England, Barack Obama, Jennifer Aniston, some angry chef guy and Mr Bean. Cracked me up. And they were hilarious too. It was a really fun afternoon by all. In the evening Kristina and I just went home, made some dinner, listened to music and chilled out. I put some ...
... 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 ...