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Showers this morning but that doesn't dampened my enthusiasm to go Keukenhof and see tulips! Been looking forward to this so nothing's gonna make me miss it. Took the bus from Schipol Airport and wow, really beautiful flowers the moment you enter into the gardens. So many varieties and colours! There's the usual red, pink, yellow, white, purple but then you also see some that has combinations of red and yellow, or even white ...
Now the Red Light at night seems like a completely different place than during the day. Now the streets glow of a neon red. Walking through the Red Light now with my boys was like kids walking through a candy store. Even the girls with us had huge eyes and dropped jaws. Street after street was filled with women in windows, some pretty and others I'm pretty sure were actually men. There was something for everyone, I even witnessed a ...
... a huge risk taker and I also think that friends and family see me as someone where you don't end up with unpleasant surprises. But hey, now is a good time, it's cold in The Netherlands... And life is too short too stay on the safe side the whole time. Let's challenge myself and experience new things. The journey starts on 16 February 2014 and ends on 16 May 2014. I'll start in Bangkok and end up in Hanoi. What will happen in between is still a big surprise ...
... Brugge Whack Brugge, probably the best streets I've walked yet in Europe. Cobble stones line the roads and footpaths. Surprisingly, as I didn't know, but they had canals running through the city that could hold their own toe to toe with Venice. Overhanging trees against the old brick homes, Brugge really is picture perfect. They had tight regulations on modifications to any building within the city. Brugge had cable ...
... with cows, sheep, deer, goats, ducks and a donkey in them. There were quite a few dairy farms along the way too. The landscape was flat and lovely. Again we saw many many cyclists and we thought we must have been riding very slowly as we continuously were overtaken by grannies. The people over here must be so fit! A couple of hours later we realised that most of the bikes ridden by the grannies were electric. We could hardly hear the motor and it was hidden in the rear hub. ...
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