Our final day in the ‘dam.

De Bakkers Van Oost – featuring honest-to-goodness Dutch turnovers! (Or appelflaps, which is 1000% more hilarious).

Fittingly, we finally got to see one of these bridges in action just before we left.

If those shorts were any shorter, it would have been.

(Chin chin means dick in Japanese, though I can only hope that’s what the poster is promising.)

I spent the entire trip wondering if we’d stumble across the canal from Sense8…only to discover that it was right outside that cafe with the red awning which we’d visited the first day Lindsay and Julien arrived.

Moses and Aaron Church

Always the hardest goodbye, but in a year’s time she’ll be breast man at my wedding.

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