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... as we walked down one of them to exit the RDL in search for a bathroom (certainly didn't want to use one in the RDL...ewwww) There was a hole in the wall soccer car that looked safe and fairly empty to we went in for one last beer before heading back to the Prinsengracht. The streets were busy with people enjoying their Saturday nights in Amsterdam and we were both feeling a bit hungry so we grabbed a slice of pizza for the short walk home. ...
... being sold as cocaine.
"What is cocaine mum?" What is heroin?"
Welcome to Amsterdam!
We had woken to the news of the Lindt cafe siege in Sydney. Our hearts were heavy and we were worried for those people involved. We sat down in a cafe in Amsterdam (not coffee shop!!) to eat breakfast and to try & get as much information as we could, Tess was full of questions.
The hardest of all to answer ...
... the first time in many years
- fi rst cases attended with Bas Weusten, performing hybrid APC for Barrett's
- all complex ...
... Indy Pendent decided the museum had a great echo so she walked around to every corner of the place making a "gaw!" sound to test the best spot for the loudest echo. After a few dirty looks we decided we had probably bitten off more than we could chew. We did manage to see some really cool stuff in a short time though - some Van Gogh artwork, Napoleons gun, some beautiful jewellery and elaborate silverware. Antiques roadshow would have a field day in there! ...
... side the bank lowers to meet the water.
"I have it." I thought, as I strode ahead of the sailing hat taking anxious position at the bridge with camera mono-pod ready as a makeshift boat hook.
My hat is now freshly washed and drip drying in the shower - none the worse for its adventures.
I think I might return tonight to catch the sunset. Without my hat this time…..