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... to a bad start however, with my ordeal at the hostel in Bunnik - essentially, some extremely intoxicated men tried to break into the dorm room I was in at about 4am. Now, bear in mind, it was in the middle of the countryside anyway, but not only that, my room was in a completely separate building deep in the forest which the hostel backs on to. Creepy anyway. Now imagine being woken up by not only the sound of people kicking and banging on the door, but a DRILL with which they ...
... quite regularly via e-mail and it wasn’t very
long before she invited me to go and visit her in the Netherlands. I hardly knew her then so I declined.
Moira and I would write each other quite regularly sharing information about our personal
lives and also exchanging notes regarding our fight against the big “C”.
I could tell by what our communication that Moira and I had a lot in common so I finally accepted her ...
... dutch and kisses, and soon were catching up with our relatives and sharing stories about Canada which intrigued them immensely, particularly when we were describing what 'poutine' was.
In the evening, and it is still light out here even at 10:30, we witnessed a glorious sunset before retiring from the days events.
... the canal - because the law stated that the facade of your house is where your front door was. We saw the house and still today it doesn't have a front door. In the afternoon, we also visited the Delft pottery warehouse to see how they make the famous blue and white pottery that you see everywhere in the Netherlands.
After a few days in the Netherlands, we soon realised that they just love eating raw (well at least we thought it was ...
... to the mainland, making it a peninsula. Marken is a well-known tourist attraction, with visitors coming here to view the characteristic wooden houses of this old fishing village. For some time during the later 19th and early 20th centuries, Marken and its inhabitants were the focus of considerable attention by folklorists, ethnographers and physical anthropologists, who regarded the ...