Hotel-Restaurant de Smittenberg
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... knees exposed), jumping on and off at lights and also trying to carrying shopping and water bottles. It's tough! Nonetheless we head off for the Rijksmuseum. Here we did a whistle-stop tour of some of the galleries including the one housing Rembrandt's 'The Nightwatch' which was incredible to see first-hand. After leaving the newly renovated museum we headed for a doner kebab shop that serves Kapsalon, a local favourite. Kapsalon is made up of chips (not ...
... security and some kind of customs. It was ridiculous, I thought for sure I'm miss my flight, but I believe by Gods grace I made it seconds before they closed the gates. Needless to say, I was the last person on the plane, and very relieved! Landing here in the Netherlands was a pretty exciting experience. It was so awesome to see Rachel at the airport, knowing she was to be my travel companion for the coming months. Right from the airport we went to ...
... bit of research and dreaming i applied for a 'Working holiday visa' (subclass 317). Within 1 day the visa was granted. Now it was time to buy my flight tickets and make some plans (but not to much planning, that doesn't work for me).
Here is the plan: the end of February i will be flying to Kuala Lumpur, where I'll be staying for about three weeks. probably I will fly from Singapore to Australia. To which city, ...
Thanks to my lovely and knowledgable friend Ella, we set off across Holland to Marken and Monnickendam.
We drove for about an hour in the rain across Holland to the little town of Marken, which Ella had told us was an example of a true old fashioned Dutch town. We drove along a very narrow isthmus with the sea being held back on both sides and canals going every which way,finally arriving at Marken. Fortunately the rain had stopped by now (those gods are still smiling) and ...
... of rain a year, one can certainly rejoice when there is sunshine.
The tour of the windmill was interesting. It is very cramped with low ceilings and hard to maneuver with the steep stairways, but families do manage as these are working windmills. In fact there is a wait list of people who want to become "millers." ...