De Hoofdige Boer
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... waiting for him, "She's American, she doesn't know how to say no yet!" I found this all very amusing and enjoy her company very much.
So...here are my initial impressions of Holland:
- It is true: The people are blunt and straightforward. I personally enjoy it. It is nice to know where you stand even if it is hard to hear right off the bat.
- It is the flattest place I have ever been. Running here is such a joy. I do not ...
... the walls. A friendly waiter gave us English menus and I chose a traditional croquette with Dijon mustard while Nic had a very meaty Angus burger. After talking to the waiter about where we were going next and how we are finding the place, we continued on taking a few wrong turns, some scenic routes and taking some photos before getting to Muiderberg, where we finally saw some sail boats and the North Sea. Muiderberg had a lovely little township and a beautiful castle to ...
For the last week of our holiday we are enjoying some family time with my side of the family, staying with my cousins in Abcoude, a lovely town close by Amsterdam. We are here for four nights before we carry on to Maastricht and then home. Great to see the various family members again and enjoy spending some time with them, seeing how they live, and engaging in that very Dutch activity - ...
... by lots of good food at a huge market back in Amsterdam.
The Netherlands is so small that travelling to each city takes very little time. So, we left Amsterdam and arrived in Haarlem in less than 15 minutes, where we explored the town, visited the Ten Boom museum (the Ten Boom family helped many Jews hide from the Germans during the war) and had a drink while listening to live Jazz playing in the main square for the annual Jazz festival. ...
... it with creepy men! GO AWAY! I ran away from him quickly and when we finally got to London, he tried chatting to Nadiah but I wouldn't even turn to face him. I got my bag and me and Nadiah legged it. Finally back in London and back to normality. It was sad to be back, but at this point I was missing my family and boyfriend and I was so tired from not sleeping that I was looking forward to my own bed. Europe, it's been magical! I'm definitely going back someday! ...