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... in another's tongue. I feel that vibe when I ask. A second benefit is that I made dozens of little micro-interactions today. As an introvert, and as a traveller to a country with a different language, and as a traveller with a young person in tow, there might be a tendency to be isolated. Forcing myself to do these micro interactions is a eureka technique for me. I have to start this method earlier in my travels and be more consistent with it. Many rewards. Tot ziens (goodbye) for ...
... home along the lit canal and hopped into bed. Today we woke up to our first day of rain in over three weeks, which inspired a slow, lazy start to the day. We picked up some breakfast (homemade quiche and a ginger muffin) at the organic bakery around the corner, and we swung by the most amazing cheese shop ever to pick up some goodies for lunch. Looking out our windows, we sipped espresso and waved at the tourists passing by ...
... on Scheveningen boardwalk
Least Favourite Moments:
- bus ride from Brussels to The Hague: it was long, hot, and almost a fight between a Gypsy couple and some Muslim men (the latter were in the right)
- Janet falling off her bike on the way back to Brugge, some scrapes and bruises
- getting pick-pocketed for 5 Euro on the Brussel subway - my own stupidity
... bag will be lighter to carry in now than it was before. Besides that we got to Amsterdam and checked in with our very nice landlord and then finally made it out and about where we toured the red light district and then went by the place where Anne Frank hid for many years during ww2 :( that night we went to the RED LIGHT DISTRICT to check it out. It was really fun and quite interesting. The whole concept is fascinatingly ...
... Couch that folds down for extra bed.