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... apartment, so my **** really wasn't that bad! Mum and Dad still weren't back when we arrived, so we relaxed for a little while until they returned. Even though they knew that's where I was going, they couldn't believe I'd actually gone through with getting a tattoo! But they loved it, as did I! If only I could actually see it. Eventually, with Mum stressing out, Daniel had to get himself ready. He had a shower and packed his bag, and too soon I was saying bye ...
... of an erotic show. It was all pretty funny stuff. The flag blew our minds. Back on the coach and off to bed. We will leave ourselves fresh for a last hurray tomorrow as it is the last day of the tour. For the final day we decide to head to Anne Franks house for a look around, after being told there's a 4 hour wait to get in we bail on that idea and head to the famous I Amsterdam sign which is so smothered in tourists you can ...
... also highlighted. An experience to remember. We walked through the city on the way back to our hotel. The red light district is in the centre of the city and we hit the area quite suddenly. Scantily clad beautiful young girls posing in windows in tiny grotty rooms. Dozens and dozens of them. We saw bus tours of aged people walking down narrow alleys checking out the area. The tours seemed a bit off to me. Magic mushroom shops, kids as young ...
When I went to Europe last year it was under completely different circumstances. I wanted to escape. I was still mourning (still am) the devastating loss of my mother and ping ponging back and forth between the various stages of grief: anger, denial, bargaining, sadness, and if you're lucky at some point, acceptance comes. I needed to take the most direct route and that meant creating an expedient means ...
The second stop on our European adventure was to Amserstam, Netherlands. We boarded a bus and rode for 3 hours until we reached the outskirts of the city, from there we took a tram into the city center. We stepped off, and the first thing I did was notice a change in the air and said "Weed. Weed everywhere." It hits you instantly because everyone around you is smoking it. If they're not smoking weed then they're most likely smoking a cigarette. Either ...