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... this was that all the wind turbines and wind socks were facing away from us. This just conclusively proved we had a headwind, a big strong head wind. We slogged into this for ages, until we came to the first island, which had a bunch more wind turbines, fishermen and a lock to allow boats to go in and out of the protected zone. The entrance door of the wind turbines was up unusually high, I'm guessing the bottom gets a bit wet sometimes! After reaching ...
... had began to queue for its tour boat, I grabbed some classic Belgian chips, plenty of sauce, a good portion of waffle, plenty of sauce, and continued on my merry way.
By now the night was fraught with a chilled air, light drizzle leaving every cobble glistening beneath my feet. After confusing my Maandag with my Vrijdag at Comptoir des Arts, my exertions had begun to take its toll, and I retired for the night. Tomorrow I would don my tourist cap ...
... when Canadian soldiers marched into towns across the Low Countries, handing out chocolates to children. For some, including a man that another Canadian had spoken to as he sat in his wheelchair and saluted, it was the first chocolate they had ever tasted. We walked for about an hour and a half, against the wind, and through a sandy patch where the road was being re-built, until we reached a non-descript part of road. “Fifteen minute ...
... Ali and Kathryn
-- The funniest Mexican around - Esteban
-- The Kardashians - Megan, Kaila, Rachael
-- Fellow Canadians - Kaitlynn and Elliot
-- Dairy farmer - Amy
-- Fellow creeper - Lauren M.
-- My much needed nurse - Lauren S.
-- the party boys - Jesse and Benny
-- Cats - Elli
-- Potty Mouth - Alyssa
-- Mr. Security Guard from Adelaide - Mark
-- Fellow business law student - Matty
-- My Amsterdam ...
... lost in the back streets. Since our hostel was farther from town we got to see some very beautiful buildings and it was relatively empty of other people which I loved. I could have spent all day wandering around there.
We took a lot of scenic photos, saw a horse fountain and the center where all the nuns live. It was beautiful. We wandered into a couple chocolate shops and this one scarf store owned by the cutest old man. ...