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... high alert, and sharing that experience and recognizing it in
yourself and in her creates trust that becomes wired in her nervous
system. The child learns that her experience has been shared, that it
can be described, and that it can be managed. She also learns, in ways
that can never be taught by lecture or reprimand, what it means to
respect another person’s experience because we have, in fact, shown
respect for hers."
... apart from a most excellent feed of cod and chips.
Wandered around some more, dodging certain death by cyclist at every turn. OMG they are terrifying. Those enormous bikes and they all travel so fast and give way to nothing, especially foot traffic. No helmets and half of them were texting or chatting while they pedalled.
Found a second, more random market filled with vintage clothes (and loads of tat as well) and the aromas ...
... safest prostitution in the world. You go to a cafe for coffee, you go to a coffee shop to smoke weed or get mushrooms, and you go to a pub/ bar for alcohol. Once we got to Amsterdam and checked in at the hotel we all went to the red light district. In the red light district, we saw skinny street where the women are in the windows. Bull dogs is the oldest original coffee shop. The houses in the red light district have decorative gables at the top that would ...
... and watching on the unpredictable TV together, we biked into Abcoude, to watch the dynamic competition between the two rival teams in a outdoor bar surrounded by a sea of hundreds of loud, tall and orange fans. We couldn't believe that Holland didn't score the entire game, considering their two crossbars, one post and countless other opportunities, however, they won, so it was all good. Biking home at 1:30 in the morning, in the rain only made the experience all the better.
... out we'd been upgraded to a deluxe room, which we soon found out meant climbing up a ladder into the roof to get to the bed - we've been told this is typical in many apartments and homes in Holland (so we were happy we were living like the locals for two days or so). Our view from the room looked right out onto the water and the bustling street near Central Station, and the hotel was ideally located.
We visited the Rijksmuseum - which ...