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Left London at 9 am after breakfast. High speed train took us to Brussels by12, waited 2 hours for 2 hour train trip to Amsterdam, where we are at present. Went smoothly, except Travis said the child at the front was crying to much.
Cook's cousins, Anneke & Reinier, came into down to have dinner with us. Went for a drink at a bar overlooking the city & then dinner at a Spanish restaurant around the corner. Was a nice night. Good to ...
... small inside so we scored seats along the back of the cinema and started eating our space cake muffins. I've had space cake before and I didn't like the effect that it had on me so I only ate half of mine but Shikha and Tahlia had all of theirs. The movie was pretty lame, I'd only give it a 3 out of 10 and even when the space cake started to kick in towards the end of the movie I still didn't laugh.
As time ticked by I started to have the ...
31st August 2013
Travels from Haarlem Holland, The Netherlands
We are staying in an urban area called Heemstede (Homestead) a little south of
Haarlem in the Netherlands- around 30 minutes by car to the west of Amsterdam,
or 15 minutes by train. Also about ...
... one of the guys shouted something at me in Dutch. The girl, Veronique, translated this for me as: "Are you an air hostess, coz i'd like to fly with you!" and following this odd chat-up line translation bonding experience, we got chatting. I asked her the cheapest place to buy a bike and she offered me her spare.
Two days later, I went to pick it up and thus Kip fell into my hands. Kip means chicken in Dutch, and as I am endlessly mocked for being a vegetarian out here, ...
... the guide book describes as "Local Specialties", although not always together....
Local Specialities Stu has enjoyed:
Everywhere - Beer - Basically everywhere, notably Munich and Prague
Germany - Bratwurst and it's fast food sister: currywurst (sausage with cheap curry sauce slathered on it)
Carcassone - Casolette - A stew on beans and sausage, good if you're defending castle walls in the rain, a touch heavy for a tourist lunch