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... to Rotterdam. There was also free unlimited Wifi at the Amsterdam airport. I messaged Simon and we were all set and ready to meet around 11:45.
But once again, delays occurred, as the bus driver did not know how to get to the Central Station in Rotterdam, and we had to go to a parking lot in the middle of nowhere for a local Dutch man to get into his car and show the bus driver the way to the station. We arrived at 12:30am to the Central Station. only 40 minutes away from being ...
... without your head lolling and dribbling on someone else's shoulder or bouncing off a hard window (British train companies, please take note!). Anyway, enough of me enthusing about the train. In a speedy 30 minutes, I was zooming into Rotterdam Centraal Station. I decided to buy a Welcome Pack for 10 Euros as it gave me discounts at all of the attractions I wanted to see, a free map of Rotterdam, plus unlimited travel. It was a bargain. My first impression of Rotterdam was Wow! ...
... lucky this year :) So I arrived in Rotterdam and met my couchsurfing host, Marjolein. It was a nice afternoon. We dropped my bag at her house and then we took her bike and went to the waterfront for a drink. One weird thing I learned is that, when you ride a bike here, to brake, up just pedal backwards, there are rarely hand brakes. I found it quite disorientating. And also, I'm tiny compared to these Dutch girls, so hardly any of the bikes are low enough for me to touch ...
... Nice, when that happens, you know deep down that something is right.
Although no visit to the Netherlands would be complete without Amsterdam, the main reason for going there was to see my friend Milou who I met at the hostel in Phuket back in late March. It was good that I had a distraction because the hostel I eventually chose - on cost grounds - was a bit of a rat hole. The staff were nice, to borrow a hackneyed line from many a Tripadvisor review, but that was about it. ...
... around the city and saw what it had to offer including la sagrada familia. We immersed it's the culture and loved the Spanish candy and the fresh fruit at the markets. Kristen had to leave ;((( but next stop was civitavecchia in Italy where we took a ferry to from Barcelona. We made new friends on the ferry and the boys lost a few euros in the casino but we caught up on much needed sleep and got amazing pizza when we finally docked in Italy. We went to ...