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Travel Blogs from Haarlem
... large, and outstandingly landscaped into many “rooms” each with it’s own style and purpose, including a play area with great tree house, and an undercover summer kitchen in the French style. The garden ends at a canal with a boating dock.
We have an aviary of birds to look after, ...
... Uni instead (asking for directions and the loo in Dutch on the way...rechtdoor lopen en eind van de straat, rechtsaf en de eerste straat, linksaf).
After wandering around the Uni and sunbathing a little, we got some ice-cream and figured it would probably be a good idea to start heading back. After a quick Bridge stop off photo opportunity at the Halfweg (halfway in Dutch) home point, we raced home.
As soon as we reached Westerpark in Amsterdam, we veered ...
... we had a great visit even though we could'nt understand anything that
Nell was talking about but very interesting looking at the old barn attached to the house . we then had a night in basbyysitting ted and ietje,s grand daughter and
Croquettes for the first time and enjoyed them.
Bert and I took the train into Amsterdam to organise the trip and we mmanaged to organise a five day travel ticket on the train and booked seats for ...
It was always my plan to break my travels in two. The first part ending with the expiry of my Vietnamese visa and coinciding with an event full of culture and expression; a stag weekend in Munich. The last part of my journey was a flight back home via Kuala Lumpur again. I have never seen a plane so full of dreadlocks and men wearing baggy, flowery trousers. I'm back in Haarlem just in time to see my sister-in-law, nephew and niece (Chantal, ...
... the weekend.
I remember going to bed with a smile on my face last night because I have never felt so at home in a city I barely knew. For a weekend full of firsts (first time on a ferry, first time in a hostel, first time in a non English speaking country) I felt like I had lived in Amsterdam all my life. Everyone there is extremely nice, chill, and the overall feel is groovy. It's the perfect place for me, honestly.