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Awoke again & that was a plus! Sunny day expected, so we walked to Jop's old golf course (about 10 minutes from Pim's) for a coffee. Weather lovely and spotted a dal on the way home. Then a bus adventure to Voledam, via Edam (yes the home of the round yellow wax coated cheese) taking about 30 minutes. Started to rain, so into the Charleston Hotel (in Voledam) for lunch. Menu had croquette, so ...
... a Dutch Cheese, but no, it calls itself Little Amsterdam, and it was an amazing little village. It is such beautiful weather today, lots of people were out and about, and there were street markets in Edam.
Lots of photo's taken of the sights, the canals, the church, and also the 400 year old buildings. It does feel strange walking past some places that were old when Australia had yet to be settled.
Fantastic time being had.
... the world through the cafe's wifi. After that we walked out of that area and found a pizza place for me. We took our first public transportation (bus) back from the city center to our apartment.
One of the most amusing things about Amsterdam was the appearance of the Dutch people. Their features were so distinct… they were tall, long pointed/hook nosed, square chinned. This was the first time I've seen such appearances in real ...
... walk into the ferry "Spirit of France" as foot passengers. Our bags are containered, to be met on the other side, and we're also changing coaches - We're meeting our tour coach in Calais.
The crossing was quite plain sailing - a lot like the Cook Straight crossing, but only and hour and a half. Now we can see Calais. The land looks flat, not like the English countryside that we've just left.
We meet our coach, and ...
... to ourselves by laying across 3 seats each. Just as we both started to drift off we stopped at station in Germany and a women got on, and was in our cabin. Luckily for me her seat was on Amanda's side! So I still got to lay down whilst Amanda had to slouch in her seat. I think we both slept okish, it wasn't as loud or as rickety as the other sleeper train. Plus there was no rude awakening this time. By the morning the women had already left so ...