#Amsterdam in November #dayandnight 🌚☀️ Some of my remarks:
- Here not everything that you see is what is seems. -There is a specialized shop for everything.. I. E. Just belts, just pictures frames, just condoms, etc.
-it's true that's it's full of bikes everywhere and they have the priorities on the streets... - from the places I have been to in Europe they have the most expensive public transportation : 3€ one way ticket. And maybe to compensate they have a boat that will take you to the other side of the big canal for free. -it's very crowded in the cold rainy season I don't want to think how it is in the summer 😅
- there are plenty of things to do to keep yourself busy...
-overall it's a cool fun city and I'll probably come back 😊 .
If money and time were unlimited, where would you go and explore? Would it be somewhere exotic, far away or would you stay nearby?
My favourite thing to do when I travel is eating and trying the street food. I'd love to visit each country and meet up with a local foodie expert that will take me around and experience the 'local flavours' and get the story behind the delicacies of each place. One day I hope that will come to fruition.
Share your travel dreams, I'm interested to hear the different ideas, views and perspectives!
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Sunset in Amantani
I am constantly reminded how fleeting everything in life is. People, feelings, moments, experiences. People come and go from our lives as the universe meant it to be, teaching us lessons or aiding in our growth. Feelings you thought were so concrete- so never ending- end up changing. The things we do, the places we go, only to return back home or move on to the next destination. I think what i like the most about sunsets is how they constantly change one moment to the next, the colors, the way the sun shines through the clouds, the day slowing turning over into the night. Sunsets have always humbled me, along with always reminding me bout how very quickly everything seems to change.