World Trip 2006: Day 42 – Delft – The Hague – Madurodam, Holland

Saying an early goodbye to my roommate for the last 5 days Belinda early (we’ll catch up again) I decided on a day tour out of the city. First stop was Delft and city famous for hand painting pottery which I got to witness.   We followed this with a visit to The Hague and I got to see the ‘International Court of Justice’.   The USA Embassy here has very high fences and security but not any other country. After briefly seeing the beach (restaurants are built in one month and last 4 months before they must be removed due to colder weather and extreme wind) we moved to Madurodam which is a model town.

I finished the night with a visit to a show in the Red Light District.   A big eye opener, I went to one of the better clubs.   Contiki tours obviously have a deal with this club as their group got up on stage and I saw some very interesting dances, half strips from these (very drunk) tourist.   The theatre was about 60% men, 40% women (a lot by themselves) which was a surprise in itself.

About Nathan

An Australian World traveler who has been fortunate enough to experience 56 countries so far.
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