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... to kill someone with all the reports I had to write. My life was taken over! But it was worth it in the end, as I was complimented by different heads of year and the assistant director for my reports. We also were very busy with our activities weeks and sports day. I forgot to mention that on Thursdays, I also have been regularly teaching year 3 RE, at another "Outstanding" school (since Feb halfterm).
What else? I saw Wicked, Antony and Cleopatra, Billy Elliot, had ...
Another trip sadly comes to an end.
On reflection I thought it might be fun to share my personal top ten for Amsterdam.
So here are the top ten things, about Amsterdam, that I didn't know four days ago (Note - these are my personal opinion).
1. A cafe is a coffee bar as we would know it. Whereas a "coffee house" - is a marajuana bar that is required (by law) to serve coffee in addition to ...
... line up they got a bit ahead of us and they waited for us, very nice young gals, then we had to get the overground train, so the four of us hung out until we found our way to the market, then we each went our way, and they didn't even want tea !!! Now this is a market, and busy, lots of wares and food from almost every country. We had a polish lunch, was awesome, a bit like walking through a maze, but never any pushing or shoving, then a few hours later we stopped in ...
... which was awesome. It kind of made me realise how fleeting our life is our time on earth is a mere millisecond in comparison to our past and to our future.
My friend and I stayed in an up and coming hipster suburb called Shoreditch and it had a really great atmosphere to it. There was street art all over the suburb and they were really interesting. On Sunday we were able to go to the Brick Lane markets which ...
... of =) then we made our way over to the London Monument for the great fire of London , where we climbed 311 steps to the top, for some amazing views of London, you could see The shard, Tower Bridge, City Hall ( which is all convex and shiny) and the Dome of St. Paul's Cathedral. Once we finished admiring the views and got some kick butt pictures we climbed back down the 311 steps, and went back to Borough market for a very posh ...
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