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... 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.
... self-guided tour. As expected at this time of year, these 80-acres of gardens were crowded with visitors, most of whom having arrived by tour busses like ourselves. Shortly after entering the gardens, we were greeted by the most prolific and colorful display of flowers imaginable. Every section of these beautifully landscaped and well-manicured gardens, around every bend, lies a kaleidoscope of colors and blooms, with hundreds of different varieties ...
... there, followed by the ferry back to the central station, and we made our way back to the apartment to freshen up and head out. Sacha had recommended we try a local cocktail bar called Hiding in Plain Sight but we didn't end up getting there. We felt like Thai for dinner, and after enduring a rare bad customer service experience in Amsterdam where we went into a large Thai place and were thrown the menus by a rude Thai woman we found a much nicer small Thai restaurant and enjoyed a ...
... all the time. She also wants to see my journal entries, I'm not so sure about this one but I just say "maybe" as a throw away answer to tide her over. She whispers to me that she's horny, in the most lady like manner possible. As she goes to get food I tell her to find a quiet place for us.
She returns empty handed unfortunately, this ferry is devoid of romantic locations, much to Ganzer's delight who overheard the whole thing. One final bus ride now. I sit there a ...
... to hide her.
They walked through the woods with flashlights. The family was poor and deeply Christian. Maud was told to zig zag through the field and hide. They gave Maud an umbrella. Her sister started to cry for her mama. Maud informed visitors who came to the farm that she was grown up because she could wear a star.
The family took Maud aside and told hr to never tell anyone that she was a Jew or ...