Hampshire Hotel - Mooi Veluwe
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... We headed out of the central station and Donna and Stu showed us some of the nearby Salvation Army sights in and around the notorious Red Light District.
With the smell of pot lingering in the air we wandered through the beautiful canal city, passing women in windows, souvenir shops selling Delft-Blue ceramic salt and pepper shakers shaped like penises, stunning buildings and gorgeous cafes.
Our first stop was a cafe ...
Since writing last I have experienced my first week as a real deal au pair! Adia started back to school this past Monday (5 January) and therefore my real duties began. I plan to post soon about what a detailed "day in the life" for me looks like, so for now I'll keep this to more an overview of my first real week.
On Monday I was blessed with a fairy god mother. Her name is Anabel. Anabel is the au pair that I am replacing, making her ...
... After doing some exploring we stopped in a beautiful little shop that sold a range of art and sold hot chocolate. Even though they had closed the owner made us a hot drink and we sat down and chatted to her about our travel and New Zealand and her Welsh cob horse and Germany and a lot of other things. She was lovely to us. We left after a while and happily made the short leg back to Weesp. With slightly sore bums we returned our gorgeous bikes, paid the minimal hire ...
... house if yours similar to the way we have house numbers. Men can also pee outside in these little green mesh things that are see through everywhere but around the middle section. This is a tradition in Amsterdam. No pictures are allowed in the red light district. Our tour guide stressed that this is just a part of the city, there are schools and apartments and various other things that exist everywhere else in the city. That evening the tour took us to a show and then ...
... photo published in earlier blog entry). I couldn't decipher the descriptions so I chose the first one in the row, hoping it was a popular one! I put the money in (€1.60), pushed the button but nothing happened. Unfortunately the shop owners didn't have great English but soon realised I was just a naive tourist and opened the slot for me. I have no idea what was in the croquette, but it was yummy. The crunchy breadcrumbs on the outside and the soft ...