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... and Doreen ( yes the North American names are different). Suggested we did a runner to escape the Americans and visit a few Pubs ashore. Well I've lost my touch it took a long time to find a Pub. On the way we saw our first Syrian refugees. Very, very sad and disturbing to see. We were walking along. When suddenly we saw flashing blue lights in the distance. It was a bus with police escort both in the front and behind. The convoy stopped just where we ...
... full flight. 13:30 - flight pushed back for departure 14:30 - beverages served 15:30 - lunch served - fish, chicken & rice 16:30 - meal service cleared away. 17:30 - local time in Amsterdam - settle back & relax - local time in Hong Kong : Change of time. 06:00 - start decent into Hong Kong 06:30 -arrival gate : 15 Quick process through security and upstairs to departure level In transit until ...
... stop, Edam. Ring a bell? Well if it does, that's where they make Edam cheese. But that is the next stop because they don't actually make the cheese in Edam, but just out of Edam. So at Edam we looked around with our tour guide, and saw some of the historic buildings, from the 1600s. It was a cute village but there wasn't that much to see. Our next stop as I said before was the cheese factory. When we entered it smelled a bit bad but it wasn't that bad after a while. In the ...
And the first person I met off the train did not help in the
slightest. In fact, she managed to out me in a fairly ******
mood straight off the bat.
Small rant coming up next.
If you work in an industry where it is your job to help
... this morning, we realized that the Netherlands is an English speaking place. Everyone there speaks at least Dutch and English, which is super helpful for the British and American tourists! So for the first time since arriving in Europe, we were in a place that assuredly had zero language barriers! Being in an English speaking city for the weekend was a nice relief/vacation from the push to try to speak Italian when I know pretty little in Rome. It ...