Hotel Restaurant Overbosch
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... t now yet, that depends on the cheapest destination.
When I'm down under I have to get my self a few things I need before I can start working there:
-TFN: Tax File Number, which you'll need otherwise you'll pay to much taxes and can't get any back. With the TFN you'll also have the possibility to get taxes back which you've paid to much.
-A Bank account: easy to get your salary, however it doesn't seem to ...
... We all bought mini clogs and different types of cheese to bring home. Next we were dropped off in downtown Amsterdam and walked around the Red Light District, visiting a very unique Condom Shop that had hand painted condoms. Then walked down to the flower market and enjoyed all of the sights, picking up some souvenirs for home. We then walked to Anne Frank's house but unfortunately there was an incredibly long line and we decided ...
... chatting to a couple from South America. When I told them I was from NZ the man jokingly replied "ooh the enemy!" He was wearing a bold springboks jacket! Next stop was at the fishing village of Volendam. The nature of the streets and pathways meant we got very close to the homes as we walked towards the wharf. Apparently the women of Volendam like to try and out do each other in how their front windows and house exteriors are presented. I felt like ...
... and diet coke and sat and listened to the performers. Jeanne asked to have our sandwich cut in half and he said no at first...very odd. Walked around and did a little shopping...Jeanne bought some skinny pants...very cute! Stopped at Lebowski's for a beer. There some kid talent show going on so we had one and left. Stopped at Cafe Olivier for another ...
... paintings, and authentic decor that we are not allowed to touch. The tour is in Dutch with occasional translations in English, but the surroundings speak for themselves. You can almost taste the oily, fatty, juicy meats the guide talks about cooking over the large cast-iron spit near the fireplace. Living in this time would be very tough, but it is fascinating and keeps you imagining what life was really like, in each room.