De Ossewa Hotel
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... Centurions were the elite soldiers and were not only trained to defeat and pillage but additionally trained as builders. Some of their building projects survive today, if a bot wonky. I suspect,by the size of the stones, they weren't so much builders as slave managers. Again, this town has a magnificent Cathedral which burnt down three times till they built it from stone. The Church ran out of money to pay for all the reconstructions so hit on a ...
We had a huge driving day to get to Amsterdam. Just before we got there we stopped off at a farm where we watched how they make cheese and wooden clogs. Our hostel was pretty **** which we expected. At night the whole group went to a sex show. Let's just say we will never un-see some of those things. We did have a really nice Thai ...
Today we had to wake up early for the first time in Amsterdam, thanks to Dad once again for opening the curtains and letting the sun beam out onto my face. So we went down to breakfast, surprisingly we were the first ones there. Again, I had the yummy croissants, and the special Dutch pancakes. I wish I could spend breakfast every morning there at that hotel! So this morning after breakfast we had a bus tour going out of Amsterdam. We were the first ones to be picked up outside ...
... a visa...to stay here. Guess whose life just took a
really sweet turn! It makes me excited that I can stay for at
least one more year. Another chance at sponsorship. Another
chance to live here forever.
It makes me happy.
After the tour, a girl called Gabrielle and I went on a boat
tour and then I went ...
... to get in weren't that long. Stepping through the gates, I was immediately struck by the beauty of my surroundings. I slowly walked every square inch of the place, not wanting to miss a single bed of flowers. You can probably tell this by the amount of pictures I took...which I've edited down!
Three hours later, I was ready for the ride back. The crowds were growing and I wanted to enjoy the peaceful solitude of the bicycle journey, soaking in ...