So our Jen said that I should keep a video diary of my time in amsterdam to let you know what I'm doing - so here goes....

 

 

 

at the end of the day I went for dinner with other speakers and symposium organisers. I was very late after forgetting to change the time on my laptop & then turning the wrong way out the boat. Eventually I arrived and met people form de Theaterschool, Das Arts, The Chocolate Factory (NY), New York Theater Workshop & BAC (London). We talked politics & theatre till late the I got on my borrowed bike & headed back to my boat - this time the right way.

The bike has an amazing lock which is integrated in the back wheel ... I digress.


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Comment by Jen Thornton on April 26, 2012 at 10:38

Ps you probably Googled this yourself, but in case you didn't the Klimmuur Centraal is a massive climbing wall x

Comment by Jen Thornton on April 26, 2012 at 10:27

Awesome! Thanks for blogging, this is really cool. 

I'm loving the boat hotel. Feel like a trip to Amsterdam might be in order. Good to know the weather's about the same as it is here. 

Also cool to see a really nice museum, with lots of shiny digital stuff of course. 

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