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... The local hood is charming but little was open on Sunday till 12. Again, every culture has it worked out but us. Why do we do the 9-5?
There are cafés and restaurants all around us. The famous Albert Cuypmarkt is a minutes walk away. Here we can buy fresh produce, a Mario bag for Max, clothes, shoes and Dutch pancakes...everyone is a winner here.
The boutiques are chic but not up themselves. The locals take their dogs ...
... 20') and because frontage is so expensive, lots of homes are 5 stories tall with no elevator and very steep steps. Many are now apartments. The rich were able to purchase five or more lots to build mansions. Some were originally warehouses converted years ago into living space.
With the canal tour at an end, we walk around the town some more. It's dark now. It gets dark at 4:10pm and dawn is 8:10am so our daylight hours are limited. This will be typical ...
... 28023;Ě 07;湾，让人 515;旷神怡。 6825;使我们弥 34917;了这次未& #33021;前往威尼 斯的遗憾。 ;
Before dinner, we took the glass-roof boat to tour the Amsterdam canal. Compared with the bilingual commentary (Chinese and English) on the Seine cruise boat in Paris, this one was more flexible because it allowed ...
... but I'm also excited to come home. Turns out my plane arrived about a half hour early but I still only got to the hostel at around 8 because the streets are very confusing. I did find the hostel okay though and the people here seem nice. One of my roommates is a tattoo artist apparently and the other is a German guy I don't know much about. There ...
... birds (inside the airport) visited us at the food court. Sadly, we were too slow on the draw with our cameras. At the boarding gate, we ran into a couple of other student groups traveling to Tanzania, mostly for volunteer work. We were excited to be on our way again to Kilimanjaro, but it was hard to get too excited about another 9 hour flight. Sadly, we all had seats in the middle section, so we missed out on great views of the Alps, Italy, and other landmarks on our ...