Monday, February 16, 2015

Europe: Amsterdam Part 2

Voila. We continued the tour in the place from the clogs production, to the cheese production. It depends on one's preference really. It's either you like cheese, or you don't. There are many places in Europe that produce cheese and the Dutch is one of them.

It's a long process, hard work, time. But, that's how business goes.

The types of cheese they sell, together with the price. If I'm not mistaken, it's either 1 KG, or 500g. If you store it properly, the cheese can be kept for quite awhile. You don't have to finish it up immediately. At least weeks. Of course, with the correct temperature. Temperature is always important when it comes to consumption, just like wine.

Hello with the giant yellow clogs outside the production house with the mini windmill

That's how they produce cheese, they need the help of the cows for milk haha

We then headed for the cruise. Oh I love this cruise. After we have settled down, they started serving us pizza, oh our dinner! With all the interesting views along the cruise.

All the boats around, with the sun shining at the river.

This ship is called Amsterdam. It's a cargo ship of the Dutch East India company. It was wrecked in a storm sometime in 1749. The replica of the ship was built between 1985 and 1990.

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