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... are gorgeous, and it was a smaller city like Edinburgh, easier to walk around and navigate. We followed our fearless leader Jordan T. on a 15 minute walk to our hostel, called The Heart of Amsterdam. We arrived so early that we couldn't check in yet, so we stored our luggage in the storage room and went out to have a look around. The place is beautiful. We immediately felt at home here, and there was one thing which my brother particularly loved: all of the ...
... it is. So I felt nice and happy and went.
Literally. Straight to bed.
Like I didn't even say goodnight to my friends. I just
Thank goodness it's not in my personality, and just the
experience. I'd be a very different person otherwise.
... this morning), where Dutch monarchs are symbolically crowned and inaugurated to this day. This 600-year-old Catholic church, which was desecrated by Protestant extremists in the late-1500s, was eventually converted to serve the purposes of the new dominant religion of Calvinism a hundred years later.
When we returned to our apartment late in the afternoon, we decided to eat a simple dinner of salami, cheese and crackers before walking back to the Anne ...
... of Islam through Indonesia from west to east and if Lombok was further to the east than Bali, and was Muslim, they why not so for Bali? Our wonderful guide Nova informed me that the Balinese King (for want of a better term) at the time, resisted. So what were the circumstances? There are three reasons, and all of them so simple and logical.
The spread of Islam, at that time (circa. 1500s), accompanied the spread of trade to the ...