Hotel Alfa Plantage
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This morning Christina and I went to the Van Gogh Museum before meeting the group at 1. I really enjoyed the museum, especially since we paid for the interactive audio tablet. We returned to the architecture center for final presentations and wrap-up. Every single person took something different away from this experience and we were all inspired by different things. It was so cool to me ...
... at 7 to complete them first of three flights to get home.
The Precision Air plane was a 2 engine prop and only partially full. The only interesting sight was Mount Kilimanjaro from the air with clouds surrounding its base. So we now have pictures from the bottom with clouds at the top and visa versa.
The departure part of the Nairobi airport is much better than arrivals and the 4 hour wait time passed quickly. ...
... Not being a huge beer drinker it was interesting to learn more about the beer making process. We also got a few tastings along the way. That night Merinda and I went for a walk through the red light district. It has a completely different atmosphere later at night compared with during the day or early evening.
The next day was a full on day which started with a train ride to Haarlem (a town about 20 minutes from Amsterdam). Here we went to the Corrie Ten ...
... tour near anne frank house.
Had lunch at a dutch place. Dutch food is sort of a happy medium between english and german (not unlike their language as well, actually). Had some sort of mashed potatoes with gravy and a meatball. Met up with the latin american people later on, went to a pub, said our goodbyes (uruguayans are going to berlin today, venezuelan londoner going back to work, other venezuelan going on to barcelona).
... for free so we ran around Amsterdam firstly to the Anne Frank House.
I think we've all read the book - that was sad enough (well sad but also really nice that her dream of being a writer happened - and good to give kids a first person perspective of being Jewish during WW2 in Europe)
It's hard not to be filled with emotion when you walk into these tiny rooms, where segments of Anne's diary are written on walls to describe her time hiding there. Not only is it surreal being in ...