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... In reality it was just a really old veggie market were everyone yells at you to buy bananas. The other half of the market resembled the cheap, tacky merchandise that could rival the old Queen Vic. Turks ran the show which felt like we had been transported back to the Turkish grand bazaar. Not good. I purchased some bananas and we made our way back to the hostel in the rain. We then trained it to Amsterdam where the smell of alcohol and weed were high in the air. The constant waft ...
... along a canal next to us and of course i want a photo of this. With nowhere to stop I keep going but finally about a mile or so ahead there is a lay-by and so i pull in and stop on the rather muddy bit of ground.
I'm sitting here on my bike watching for this barge to come along and as it gets nearer I go to hop off my bike only for the silly thing to fall away from me and lay itself slightly down an the grass verge!! Not only was it right over on its side but it was further over than ...
... amp; clothes for the girls. She must have felt sorry for these poor deprived cycling children with limited wardrobes!
The day followed with some idyllic cycling along tree-lined canals, soon crossing over into The Netherlands. I think it's a pretty well known fact that Holland is perfect for cycling because of it's flat terrain & the Dutch have certainly used this fact to their advantage! Never before I have seen so many people aged between 60-80 out ...
... former town hall It is now the home of the royal family when in Amsterdam. It is the place they stayed when Queen Beatrix abdicated in favour of her son in 2013. We saw the birthplace of capitalism at the Dutch East India Company, gorgeous building. Previously merchants were sending one ship at a time and could loose everything if the ship went down so they began to send ships in packs. Later they split their goods between the ships and eventually they formed the company. If ...
... at the flea market and 'negen straatjes' (nine streets) ...wishing we had more money and room in our bags! A few chilly morning walks in the busy park, 'Vondelpark' helped work off the 'poffertjes' (small dutch pancakes) we ate for lunch. The sun snuck out only a few times, but regardless of the cooler weather we were surprised at how much we enjoyed The Netherlands. It's defiantly inspired us to use our bikes a bit ...