Landgoed Duin & Kruidberg
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... and how to read the directions, and mentally prepare that we will get rained on. The great news is that there was no rain while on our bikes, and the scenery and fellow riders were wonderful. Lunch was at a quaint lovely restaurant that we rode our bikes to- lovely panini and salad. The afternoon ride included riding through the dunes which was a beautiful landscape. ...
... a mouth opening experience, girls standing in the windows, with a red light shining on them (or purple / blue, depending on what kind of lady they were) shaking their bits in a hope that some keen traveller will pay them for a bit of fun. We weren't allowed to take photos, or else their pimps would come out and destroy us, but fair enough, it's not a joke, this is how they actually make a living. We didn't end up going to the Anne frank house which was a ...
... tour & was holidaying for a few days afterwards with her boyfriend. (As a consequence we've done it again, ruined another group that Mitch used to like, sorry Amy and Iron Kingdom!!) After lunch we headed for Edam, which I was quite looking forward to and yes Ashleigh you were right it is quite lovely and scenic. It's a pretty little town with lots of canals, quaint houses and of course cheese. We stopped at the cheese market & tried some cheese samples ...
... and Hanneke, a very awesome Dutch couple we met in Beijing near the beginning of our trip. (They traveled to China from Moscow by Trans-Siberian Railway. Alex and I flirted with this idea, but decided that 7 days on a train through barren lands with two antsy kids was a dumb idea.) Before we even finished our first beer, Michiel and Hanneke felt like old friends. It’s amazing to me that people from very different places can find so much in common – from humor to ...
... Lauren xx 2 September It was the last day in Amsterdam today, and we still needed to tick a couple of places off the list before we left. We started our day (post-breakfast) by walking down to the Albert Cuyp markets. We have found the markets in each city to be an accurate insight into the local way of life, and of course we keep an eye out on any bargains also. These ones did not impress us too much though, so we headed to a supermarket to grab some picnic items before heading ...