Archive for the ‘Holland’ Category

Amsterdam by Bike

By Meredith Kaufman Special to Lost Girls  With its extensive canals and modern architecture, Amsterdam is one of the most visually appealing cities to visit in Amsterdam. From the Red Light District, to the Van Gogh museum, to the city’s old windmills, Amsterdam packs a lot to see. For the Lost...
March 1st, 2012 | Bike, Holland | Read More

Amsterdam Travel Guide – Things to Do in Amsterdam

Amsterdam Travel Guide – Things to Do in Amsterdam
By Sarah Brown Lost Girls Correspondent Thinking about taking a trip to the land of windmills and wooden shoes? Fancy seeing a Van Gogh, reliving a bit of World War II history, and experiencing the best there is in Dutch cuisine? With so much to see and do, it’s easy to be overwhelmed as a first-time...
February 28th, 2011 | Holland | Read More

Sex, Drugs, and Outdoor Urinals: 6 Reasons I loved Working in Amsterdam

Sex, Drugs, and Outdoor Urinals:  6 Reasons I loved Working in Amsterdam
by Carmi Louw Special to Lost Girls World I’m not really sure why, but I’ve always had a thing for Amsterdam.  It all started at University in New Zealand, when mental images of canals, windmills and tulips made me lose my heart to the idea of stuyding in the Netherlands.  Circumstances...
August 2nd, 2010 | Europe, Holland, Working Abroad | Read More

4 Ways to Become a World Cup Soccer Fan–Now

4 Ways to Become a World Cup Soccer Fan–Now
Lost Girl Caroline Murray just got home from a week in Holland where she turned from passive soccer “tolerater”, to “football” enthusiast in a few days. With the World Cup final literally hours away, much of the world will be holding it’s breath, waiting for the whistle...
July 10th, 2010 | Fitness & Workouts, Holland, Parties, Festivals & Events | Read More