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... tourist shops. Oh my. Window shopping isn't like it is at home.
"Tits!" commented Lynn, and took a photo.
The teenagers, however, were mesmerised by the window displays of cannabis smoking equipment, hash flavoured lollies and marijuana scented condoms. We were all mentally scarred by the shop front selling Easter bunnies with large prominent genitals. The questions were still coming as we passed the Queen's Palace, dodging trams ...
... night and bought a plane ticket that was more than half my bank account. Thankfully, my parents shared in my enthusiasm for this trip and helped me pay for it. The ticket was purchased, the planning was kind of done, and the days moved faster than I wanted, and then the day was here. I was being driven to the airport to begin my month in Europe. "Holy ****" was one of the many things that were going through my ...
we finally found the venue for Renee's party which at first seemed to be a school but tucked away in the corner of this converted monastery (built in 1952 but looked ancient) was a conference centre with a small teaching hotel attached. the staff were all catering college students. time to put on our glad rags and ...
... can see she doesn't usually roll her sleeves up as her arms are quite pale in contrast to her hands. At present the Rijksmuseum has an unusual exhibition, Art is Therapy, put together by guest curators Alain de Botton and John Armstrong whereby yellow post-it notes, are stuck throughout the museum next to certain works asking questions and challenging our assumptions about the purpose of art. They were very clever but ...
... we'd have no luggage issues on the other side. The flight was super short. We landed in Amsterdam to a beautiful, shining sun. When it took a while to get our baggage we started to get nervous. Please, not the baggage curse again! The conveyor belt finally started moving, this time about 20 minutes after we got out to baggage claim. Sharon commented on how we had had no problems today. Everyone happily agreed. We were surprised when there was no stop ...