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... issues in the real world and get a much overdue hair cut. I also had fun exploring our neighbourhood and the city a little more thoroughly than last time. We had a few evenings out, including one with one of Anna's bosses from AG's who was in town to deal with the MH17 treaty negotiations, which was a lot of fun, but was also a good reminder of why neither of us want to return to work under the current government. On ...
... Royal Palace (yes, there is still a royal Dutch family). For example they still employ 70 full time employees to take care of their stable of horses and carriages. Every time a new ambassador is appointed to his country the King sends his royal carriage to bring the ambassador to the palace
Martin talked a lot about the Dutch culture and his lovely city. We had lunch at an Indonesian restaurant ...
... etc. Sure enough there were quite a few coffee shops and restaurants but not much more unless I was looking in the wrong streets.
I headed back into the main city and of course had to play dodgems with these rats on bicycles. One thing I soon learnt in this city is that you need eyes in every direction. Bicycles simply come at you from all directions. Pavements, roads, shopping areas etc these two wheel rats come at you from all directions and think they have the right of way at ...
... is known for its cheese. Yum. They pointed us down the Flower Auction, Bloemenveiling towards Jordaan where we shopped and cafe hopped. We ended in the park in front of the Van Gogh Museum listening to a street performer plating jazz guitar in the sun and grass. Now off the meet up with Thomas, Moni and friends to go to a local summer theater&circus festival. I have no idea what to expect, but find that is part of the fun. Ciao for now ...
... and the platform was still not available. A bit strange as usually the train sits there for about 15mins beforehand. At 12.50 the platform showed and we had 5mins to walk to the other side of the station and also find the train. The platform was hidden at the end and as we were running upto it, it left. So now we weren't on schedule. But we still had a few hours before our flight and we weren't too worried. We waited for the next train and that was ...