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... to water the nearby fern, that to me seemed rather more plastic than anything that could possibly have ever grown in actual soil... and refill my bottle from the tap on the other side of the 2 gigantic X-ray machines that I'm sure once before the airport "space age era" was a normal gate with plenty of seats, for passengers as well as every loved one under the moon off to see you board your flight. Ah the good old days. Now two things are within sight in a departures ...
... and their beer as well and the movements of the brewery. We even got some free beer.
After this we got chicken for dinner that was incredible greasy and fired. i felt so sick after eating it.
We went back to our hostel where we drank at the bar and played pool.
We finished about 1:00am and went to our room.
Sunday 7th September 2014.
... D I think that was a sweet shop. :P
It was hard to go back to the tent after the nice hotel, but within 45 minutes we had checked out of the hotel back into a campsite and setup ready for step 2. We are getting really good at transitioning living situations. On top of that we have this tent thing worked out. It’s just a task now instead of a mission. EZPZ.
As prepared for the morning we thought we were, it jumped up ...
I am writing this post about The Netherlands in an orchard barn in Southwest England, a good month after being there. Let's see what I can remember.
After leaving the Holy Land of Legos, we took a public bus to the train station in Kolding, only to find out that we had to print out our e-tickets. (We learned this from the 7-11 guy. There is no ticket office in smaller train stations, so the 7-11 serves as the ticket office. Can you imagine that in the U.S.?) Luckily there was ...
... all the way there which took about 40 minutes. It did take me through the centre of Amsterdam though, past a place called Dam Square which is London's equivalent of Trafalgar Square. Again, I had to dodge a lot of bicycles, scooters and trams, not to mention cars that didn't stop for the traffic lights. I am having to be very alert at the moment! Catching the train to the airport was easy. I felt like a seasoned pro already! Once I got to the airport, I started to ...