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Today we get up at 4AM. My uncle drives us to Antwerp in Belgium. That's just 40 minutes by car. From Antwerp we take the express bus to Amsterdam airport. We are the only 4 people in the whole bus! That was cool, I could sit all the way at the front.
In Amsterdam airport some of my mom's friends and my oma are waiting to say goodbye to us.
Then we go to the gate and take a big ...
... watching the Hasidic Jews go about their business, and window-shopping in the diamond district.
Only sour note to the whole experience was that Megan kept stepping in dog poo, and ranting about people picking up after their dogs etc.
Bus to Paris on 28 August, to vote at the Australian ...
... It was quite busy during this time. We got to our rooms and Nadzha was happy with it. Our air con worked and the wifi is good. The bathroom door is frosted though but I'm cool with it. The entrance has a few steps but thank goodness there's a lift. Once we settled, we went out for dinner. We walked around and then realised that 9€ is the average price here for a decent meal. We ordered a steak with ...
... I went to a museum from a family who ran printing presses for 300 years from the 1500's. It was turned into a museum once they stopped printing so it has lots of interesting objects inlcuding 2 of the worlds oldest printing presses. The house and workshops are interesting in themselves, walls with big paintings or tapestries and a lot of rooms with guilt leather on the walls. I then found a place ...
... then accidentally found ourselves in the red light district. That was interesting. It comprised two small streets with a wide walking path that separated glass window storefronts in which either mostly naked or semi-naked or simply lingerie clad women sat in chairs or sat chatting to one another or putting on makeup. Many of the windows were empty and we only walked down one of the streets. I found it disturbing, but Maya did not. It wasn't the women per se because ...