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... our tour guide took those of us that wanted to on a walking tour through the Red Light District of Amsterdam. Bearing in mind that it was 3.30 in the afternoon we still saw lots of girls sitting in the windows. As we walked past a doorman outside a live sexshow he called out that he could give us a pensioner discount!!! What a laugh! As you can imagine we are among the youngest in our group! Then we were driven to our hotel. Wow what a very cosmopolitan and trendy hotel in the ...
After going to bed late we decided to start a little later and decide what we were going to do for the day. We headed into town were we caught the ferry to the northern side of Amsterdam which was more industrial. We arrived at the northern side after a quick ride and went to this big warehouse which was were artists could buy b,lacks and turn them into work shops. The place was huge and there was loads ...
... the commodity of prostitution being sold through shop front windows was the norm in Amsterdam but is looked down upon in most other cities. Our final day in Amsterdam has been the best day of our trip so far. The weather was perfect, a mild 25 degrees, the sun was beaming and the city and canals were bustling. We spent the morning walking from the city to the modern suburb of Jordaan, where we walked down each little alley way and took in the charm of this ...
... bits and pieces and can say that things are ‘mooi’ (nice) ‘leuk’ nice ‘lekker’ tasty and ‘vervelend’ which means dozens of things, amongst them boring, plaguesome and molestful?!
Now I know fine well where the phrase Double Dutch comes from…
To say it has been somewhat of a culture shock would be an understatement. On arriving in Australia and New Zealand, I at least had the language to keep ...
... to hurt anyone and it's not like people will die of starvation.
Rule 2. A shop that you smoke in is called a Coffee Shop...allowing complete deniability for patrons and even the local police ("Nothing illegal going on there...they're just smoking arabica beans")
Rule 3. Supermarkets are selling out of Doritos and there has to be more tax profit for Amsterdam from the coffee shop owner than from a street dealer.
Anyway...very tolerant people the Dutch. Particularly ...
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