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... and the party does not stop outside my window. Bars close at 3am and there is a university near by so a lot of college kids.
Anyways my apartment is owned by the hotel so i get my apartment cleaned 3 times a week and they do my laundry for me.. how awesome is that..
i finally got a car and a cell phone today... white toyota yaris and samsung s4 mini not too shabby.
Enjoy the pics :)
... west, we have no Idea how darn lucky we are. I know I didn't. If I could swap places with anyone there I would, to give them the chances I have, they would probably make much more out of them than I can ever dream of doing.
I am upset about it all, but I am so happy I got to go, to see,not all of it, because I only saw a fraction of the big picture. But to get a reality check, see my uncle and meet the people who have influenced his life. I'm going to be a lot more ...
... of land (polders) and then gradually scooped the groundwater up and into a water channel using wind driven water wheels or windmills.
The problem is that peat is meant to be wet and when you take the water out of it so that you can live on it, it settles (sinks). Therefore all the land or polders, as they call them, will be below the surrounding water level some or all of the time, so the rising groundwater has to ...
... sale on the streets and then parties drinking and dancing the night and day away while dressed in different shades and degrees of orange. We weaved through the back streets to find local DJs and patches of sunlight where we danced with our new and old Dutch friends.
So much fun in such a small country with thanks to friends we will have forever and hope to see again soon.
Did the real Dutch thing today visiting the Kinderdijk. Amazing place with so much history. The windmills are all still pumping water and are continually being restored with families still living in them. I went with my Tante Corrie and Oom Piet in their campervan. We then had takeaway by the Oude Maas watching some huge barges carting goods along this ...