It's a good thing I didn't have any readers, 'cos if I had, I would have lost them by now. ;-)
I was in Amsterdam most of last week, without much in the way of 'net access. Back in London, I had another client visit, then a day off.
This week, I've been in Madrid, again with dial up access only. (That's dialling the UK, so I've not been using it much!) On Madrid, just this - I hate the place: it's far too hot (mid to hight thirties), people work too long, and I can't find anyone able to understand me. Unfortunately, I'm back there next week. :-(
Straight from Madrid to Amsterdam last night. It felt like coming home. Pleasantly cool, friendly, I know my way around and how to order a meal and a beer.
What I want to know is, if the Dutch are as relaxed as they seem, how come the trains are always on time?Posted to On the road by Simon Brunning at June 26, 2003 12:56 PM