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Offline AustinR

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Re: What's up Dutch
« Reply #15 on: February 23, 2009, 09:36:22 pm »
Excuse my Dutch ! Yes, what you said is what it's called. There are seven local teams competing plus our guest team from the UK. We usually travel over Saturday ( by air, although one of our team has taken his motorbike ! ) play Sunday, and have a day free Monday to visit Amsterdam or Zandvoort. All the dutch guys we know speak perfect English which is good because we speak hardly any dutch. Your town looks about 100 miles from Haarlem so not really local, I'm afraid. Don't know whether you've ever been to Haarlem but it's really quaint. The hotels we stay in are right in the main square, which can make sleeping a problem as dutch people don't seem to want to go to bed too early !

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    Re: What's up Dutch
    « Reply #16 on: February 24, 2009, 11:52:02 am »
    Excuse my Dutch ! Yes, what you said is what it's called. There are seven local teams competing plus our guest team from the UK. We usually travel over Saturday ( by air, although one of our team has taken his motorbike ! ) play Sunday, and have a day free Monday to visit Amsterdam or Zandvoort. All the dutch guys we know speak perfect English which is good because we speak hardly any dutch. Your town looks about 100 miles from Haarlem so not really local, I'm afraid. Don't know whether you've ever been to Haarlem but it's really quaint. The hotels we stay in are right in the main square, which can make sleeping a problem as dutch people don't seem to want to go to bed too early !

    Hehehe no problem there, the Dutch language isn't really easy. When we go for a night out me and my friends usually don't leave before 12PM. Real strange when you think about it but hey that's what everybody over here does.
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