We went to the bar to grab some food and watch the remaining soccer game of The Netherlands against Costa Rica! We were crossing our fingers that The Netherlands would win because that would mean good vibes and a good party afterwards. And they did!
Natalie and I were still party-tired from the festival so it was a pretty chilled night for us. We had a third beer in a bar close to the red light district and after we walked around to see the women in duty.
The next day we went to the Anne Frank museum, visited the touristic “I Amsterdam” sign and met up with a friend, Fokko, who I met for three years ago in another Interrail.
We were sitting down and chilling in a tunnel with some booze where we were seeking shelter from the rain. There were some street musicians playing on the other side of the tunnel, and as they started playing “Somewhere over the rainbow” with their violin and saxophone we started playing and singing the same song on the ukulele. At a point we notice a man coming closer and we expect him to tell us to stop playing and singing but because we are bothering the street musicians and they were there first, but what actually happens is that he tells us how our singing and the musicians’ playing got together in a beautiful sound all together. He convinced us to go to the other side of the tunnel and play together with some street musicians. A few minutes later these musicians asked us politely to let them do their thing without us, heheh. Thereafter we went to a bar where you have your own draft and you pay per liter.
After that it was late and as we had to wake up the next day at 6 to pack and leave to Paris, so that was it for the day.