The Old Earth.

Giethoorn by itself is one of the most fairytale towns that I have seen in Europe, this is a town with no roads, where everything is connected by small channels. Right in the center of the picturesque Giethoorn is the oldest museum in this village. De Oude Aarde in Giethoorn is quite simply one of…

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A Visit to the Van Gogh Museum.

I dream of painting and then I paint my dream – Vincent Van Gogh Though I don’t paint much myself Painting is an art which has fascinated me immensely. I love to spend hours staring at paintings which mean something to me. Incidentally my favorite painter happens to be a certain Vincent Van Gogh, and…

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Bird’s eye view of Rotterdam.

They say Paris has the Eiffel tower, Brussels has the Atomium and Rotterdam has the Euromast. If you happen to visit Rotterdam one place which you should not miss out on visiting is the Euromast. The Euromast is perhaps Rotterdam’s most famous landmark along with its iconic bridge. A view from the top of the…

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What happened in Warsaw?

“Warszawa ma duszę, wyczuwalną dla każdego niemal Polaka i dla niezliczonych cudzoziemców, którzy ją poznali i zakochali się w niej”. ( Warsaw has a soul, noticeable for almost every Pole and countless foreigners who met her and fell in love with her.) – Leopold Tyrmand Coming from Kerala in South India the country of Poland…

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Lekkere zondag in Leiden: Japanmarkt and all that relaxation

Sounds as if I am free of deadlines and dues, but I could not stop the urge for another little trip to Leiden for the Japanese market and everything awesome in Leiden. Lovely weather, isn’t it? At the very first stand… This is just much too adorable! It’s very interesting to see little girls wearing…

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Tilting at Windmills.

  Just then they came in sight of thirty or forty windmills that rise from that plain. And no sooner did Don Quixote see them that he said to his squire, “Fortune is guiding our affairs better than we ourselves could have wished. Do you see over yonder, friend Sancho, thirty or forty hulking giants?…

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Koningsdag: Willem’s birthday and a national holiday – The Hague and Amsterdam turned upside down!

  Koningsdag: Willem’s birthday and a national holiday – The Hague and Amsterdam turned upside down! Oranje! That’s what I remember – after a night and a day of celebrating Holland! After having some drinks at home with fellow students on this lovely Friday night, we decided to go out into The Hague and hit…

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