Het Rechthuis aan den Amstel
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... ahum. Best of all, I got it really cheap, and can totally turn it into my own thing. Which is something I prefer.
Life on a campsite
Well technically I am on the part where there are only long-term stayers in caravans, not the place where people come on holidays for a few days or weeks. I have my own spot of 100m2, neighbors living in similar housing. Common use of a washing machine, toilet and shower (hot water) block, 24hr electricity, own water tap, when ...
... for her. We decided to hop back on the bus and we went to a place called Edam. It was just a small, quiet place but we really enjoyed it. We found a lovely chocolate shop. The man that worked there was super kind and showed us the whiskey sweets and products made in Scotland. Not sure we went all the way to Amsterdam to buy Scottish chocolates, but he was nice nevertheless! After Edam we got the bus back to Central Amsterdam and got ready to see a bit ...
... more, they rode their bikes in from their house near a canal to the station (they don't own a car) - so Dutch!! Had they been wearing clogs, my life may have been complete. But no, just more disappointment. We had lunch at a restaurant near the station. We had croquets, which are like a deep fried crumbed chicken mince type thing, that you cut in half and put on top of some bread. It looked simple, but was really nice! The conversation just flowed ...
... we cobblestone roads. On every second street there is a cheese shop. In the cheese shops there were free tasters so every day we would eat at least a whole cheese worth of tasters between all of us. Free Cheese! The weather in Amsterdam is fantastic! A change from the cold, wet weather in ...
... were people there. Overall, it just gave me a very eery feeling. There was a soccer tournament for middle-aged men going on, so we watched a few games. It was really awkward because they were playing on a child sized field; you know it is too short when one goalie can kick the ball over the other goalie's net.
In the morning, Madi and I woke up early to go to mass at one of the Royal churches that is just around the corner ...