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... with-the-flow vacation.
2) I procrastinated far too much and that's why I don't have anything planned.
Usually I would say the latter is the dominant reason, but this time it has been much more of a conscious decision to go without any structure. To give myself that freedom.
I even drove to Brussel to borrow one of my brother's huge trekking rucksacks, you know, the kind they use for climbing mountains.
Will I be climbing ...
Today we said goodbye to London and headed on the coach to Amsterdam! The first hour we learnt all about contiki and our tour before arriving at the white cliffs of Dover and boarding the ferry. The ferry was a nice break to get some food and walk around and before we knew it we were in France! Our tour guide is Taryn and our diver is Ian, they are both fantastic! Back on the bus for a three our trek into Belgium. For lunch we stopped right at the border, and ...
... 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 ...
... fort from the 1700's. The land is in the shape of a star, and there is a moat all around it. There are still cannons for display, and you can tour the area for a small fee but we just rode around it. There is also some sort of photo festival or event, and all around are large canvases with some artists' shots of poor local living and some African villiage life. We tried finding out more, but it is all in Dutch so ...
The train ride from Berlin to Utrecht in The Netherlands was nice. Even though the direct train we were planning on getting was not available due to flooding, we managed to find our way across the flooded fields of northern Germany, making a stop in Hannover for a few hours and enjoying my first Bratwurst of the trip in the very classy train station dining facilities. But finally around 10:30 p.m. we rolled in to Utrecht train station to be greeted by ...