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... amounts of water to shade. I was doing so well until I dropped my brush right on my plate! Ugh, I was so mad at myself! I showed the instructor what I did and she asked me why I did that. I wanted to say cuz I'm a klutz. She was able to sand most of it out thank goodness. You see the finished products. They get fired and miraculously turn blue. Yay! They will be shipped to my house in several weeks. Back to Amsterdam for Dutch pancakes. It was a long but fun day.
... at grote markt and were pleasantly surprised to find a very cool and trendy town centre centred around large open squares packed with people enjoying the long summer evenings. The next morning, we picked up the keys to our new home, which is about 15 minutes by tram south of the city centre on the longest street in The Hague and in a very diverse and busy neighbourhood. The location is great, with a tram stop at its front ...
... Turken in Kreuzberg die amper kunnen bestaan. Goed, je mag demonstreren, maar met je rug tegen de muur. En alleen als je geld hebt, dan is de vrijheid niet duur" ("But what is freedom without a home, without a job. So many Turks in Kreuzberg unable to make a living. Fine, you've the right to demonstrate, but with your back against the wall. And when you've funds, freedom is affordable") Am I getting grumpy? Ungrateful? I don't think so. Don't get me ...
... before getting back on the train to continue on to Delft.
Now Delft, on the other hand....there's a town that's pretty small (you can walk through downtown in about 10 minutes), but that's quaint and nice to visit. It is full of canals (surprise, surprise!) and lots of beautiful old architecture. I stopped for a coffee at the Grote Markt so I could legitimately use a cafe bathroom and people watch, and ended up sipping ...
... second hand books and Japanese Cardiologists perusing them. Slightly surreal. Still kept walking. Finally stumbled across the Heineken museum. Debated vigorously whether we would go inside or not, to which we decide, yes we would... but only as a favour to me... hahaha. It was actually awesome. An interactive tour through the brewery, loads of beer tasting and a look at the well oiled marketing machine which is Heineken. ...