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... the rest of the travel. We headed back to my brother's place and met up with my old buddy Percy. We chatted for a while and parted ways. After dropped off our goodies at the hotel we went back to Scheveningen to watch the end of summer fireworks display. The display was nice, lasted about 30 minutes. We got dropped off at the ...
... a full two days next week. I'm going to sit in my underwear, watch TV, plug in my Sega and nap whenever I feel like it.
I'll probably chuck some exercise in there just for kicks.
I had a bit of a wander around The Hague this evening, though the wind and rain didn't exactly make for the most pleasant time. I saw the International Criminal Court from the outside (it's not open to the public), wandered through China Town and got a salad for dinner. ...
... tourists and their heads up their *****. Also a little spoiled by the giant sign above it warning tourists their cocaine they are buying on the streets is actually white heroin...killed three tourists already. There are warning signs all around the city. Not so magical. The Rijks Museum was a serene place with amazing art and artefacts and a few modern installations that were contemporary without ...
... day gradually warmed up with a weak, watery sun. At our first stop for coffee we talked to a NZ couple, originally from Christchurch but now living in Melbourne. They were off to Copenhagen for three days. She told me about the Bag and Purse Museum, said it was exquisite and I must go there. On one side of the canal is the village of Zaandijk and over a very modern bridge is Zaan Schans with all the windmills. It's a bit touristy but very picturesque. The ...
... I can navigate in Paris Amsterdam will be easy"... 4 HOURS later and we were lost in this crazy canal city, in the rain, and cold, you could only imagine the mood I was in. Somehow we were so lost we ended up in the red light district, I'm not sure whether this was Robbie's plan all along or not? Lol I'm guessing so, as his pace slowed down dramatically as we were walking down those streets....with then endless windows with semi naked girls Nonetheless ...