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... was the fact that the maps don't show all the little canals, or the places where there are buildings right up to the canal edges, so you can't stick to the waterside. After about the first fifteen minutes we really did not have a clue where we were. We left home at 10.30 and arrived at Rijks Museum at 11.45. One plus was that on the way we had numerous conversations with really helpful locals. To a man they confidently gave us precise ...
... where we enjoyed a couple of drinks and some nachos accompanied with a cheese/cold meats platter. We had decided to go for a look at the Heineken Experience but by the time we got there we realised it had closed doing tours for the day so we decided to head to the Hiding in Plain Sight cocktail bar recommended to us by Sacha. it was a nice little bar but we only had one cocktail as it was very expensive - upwards of 13 EUR for a cocktail, and I didn't choose very well as I ...
Crossing into the EU
I had some pocket money, read bakshes, ready in case they would give me trouble at the border. Did choose Bulgaria over Greece solely for this reason. However all my fears were totally unnecessary as it became the easiest border crossing so far. Leaving Turkey was done with only one man looking at my passport and another one making a quick call about customs (as I accidentally by-passed them). Hope to see you again. Crossing ...
... guys from Uruguay and they asked which felt more dangerous, Amsterdam or Rome, to which we both agreed Rome. It's not that Rome makes me feel like I can't go out, but the guys there seem aggressively, stubbornly creepy, and I feel the need to be more on edge. In Amsterdam I felt totally comfortable and confident. Eventually we made our way back to the hostel to get a couple hours of sleep before getting up to checkout and catch a train back to Brussels. Kussen van ...
... and smooth flight which sure beats 16 hours in a train !!
The two flight attendants were both male and were chalk and cheese. On one hand, Robert - a Scot and the senior of the two making the announcements - camp as a row of tents - but very attentive. The other (did not catch his name), a dead ringer for Peter Fitzsimmons and would not disgrace the front row of a scrum !! Good lads !! Robert professed his jealously for the remainder of ...
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