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... was over, I went back to the hostel again and walked into the middle of a comedy show that was happening that i didn't know about.
There was one guy who was really funny, and after the show i got talking to him and got a drink and such. Turns out he is performing in Amsterdam on the one night i have left there.
So guess what i am doing when i go to Amsterdam.
Ok, must sleep...moving locations again tomorrow.
... these women behind that had no idea what they needed to do. Of course, it was not simple at all to find the Transavia office in Madrid, because that would have been too easy! Transavia shares an office in Madrid with 3 other companies, and they did not open their doors until 3pm. There was already a line of people complaining, and I met some Argentinian couple who were explaining that they absolutely NEEDED to be back in Rotterdam at an earlier hour for work purposes, so I figured I ...
... Later after a quick visit to the supermarket we went back to ST for dinner.
Simon and John went for a walk at dusk (or as the Scots say the gloaming) and on return we played a couple of games of Rummikub with Eileen winning the first game and Simon winning the second. We were playing by candle light, torches and head lights as 4 days in Gouda using the lights and water pump without a recharge, the leisure batteries had run down, and so to bed.
... br> Sat around after lunch catching up on stuff and trying to sort out a schedule for the next few days. The car is to be picked up tomorrow at lunch so will probably head down to Bruges Tuesday. Might stop at Ypres to see Flanders field, and then go to Michels. Still up in the air as we don't want to be driving all the time.
Later on we went for a walk to the supermarkets. First the Lidl, interesting to see all the ...
... amusement. In the process the two dinner boats decide to get in on the action also. They start blowing their horns to provoke our captain to blow ours. Well, he's not missing any opportunity to hit that button when he has the chance. In 30 miles he had blown that horn two to three dozen times. It was hysterical. There were cars flashing their lights just to get him to blow the horn, and every building we passed camera's were flashing on every floor. What a way to leave ...