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... 10 minutes. Jordan was selected out of the audience to demonstrate the quicker method of drying out the wood which was to cup your hand over the hole of the shoe to cover your mouth and blow. We are not sure as to wether or not he was having us on, but if he was good on him because it was pretty funny. Another guy got selected to try it as well but because Jordan's technique was better he got to keep the clog. We don't know how we are going to get it ...
... those who do like beer, you get to taste one midi half way through the tour
(being taught how to drink a beer correctly for the best flavour) and then get
two more at the end (or one schooner) in the bar. OR, you can do what Amy did
and learn how to draught a beer. It was harder than it looks and twice I ended
up with a glass full of foam. So Eric ended up with my beers as well once I
finally got it right (not in any hurry to quit teaching and become a bar tender
... considering how many people were in the building. The only thing I didn't like was that the building was moving with so many people in it. Either that or I was drunk, but I don't think that was the case. Yet. Dad didn't fancy going round the house again, so he went off for a walk and met us after. It was now dinner time so we found a little restaurant, waited ages to be served and hurried off once we'd finished. Ted and Tim have been very well ...
... to the Flower Market for a feast of colour and flowers. Includes "Starter Kits" for marijuana ! A couple of helpful young ladies at the coffee shop with local advice about where to visit tomorrow.
Got sidetracked in the Flower Market in a cheese shop. So many cheeses and another helpful young lady letting us taste many of the varieties.
A general wander through the canal streets and laneways on our way back in the direction of the hotel ...
Woke up quite late. Our host's housemate was a cool chick and we asked her for a restaurant recommendation. So we then rode to Amsterdam Central and dined on green curry and spicy seafood soup at Thai Bird. It was honestly a great meal to have in Holland (no offense, but we're not so big on the frites here).
The plan for the evening was to meet up with an old friend of Adam's. We waited for Nadia and her friend Lisa at a cafe in the Dam square. Drank a ...