Anyway, let's just proceed to the journey. Our plan today is to go to Zaanse Schans village, a small man made village on the bank of the Zaan River. There's no entrance fee but u have to pay a small amount of money if u want to enter some of the attractions like the windmills and the museums.
After breakfast, we walked to Leidseplein...Actually, we could just walked to the end of the road and caught a tram but we preferred to walk to breath the fresh air. Once we reached Leidseplein, we stopped by at the flower market. Since it was June, so the tulips were no longer available except for a few saki-baki.
|Sinilah warga Amsterdam minum2 petang...Pagi2 lengang aja|
|Good morning, Amsterdam!|
Dah dekat sejam jalan2 kat flower market, we took the tram to Centraal Station and waited for the bus to go to Zaanse Schans. The day before, we surveyed the tour to Zaanse Schans and it cost us a fortune whereas if we just go by ourselves, we just have to spend a few euros only. To get there, we took bus no 91 and it cost us 5 euro (return). The bus stopped in front of Zannse Schans. No hassle! Jalan sikit, dah sampai! The journey was not long either. If i'm not mistaken, it's about 45 minutes.
|Tunggu bas no 91.|
|Captured from inside the bus|
|Another shot from inside the bus|
|Sebelum masuk...Sign ni actually opposite Zaanse Schans|
|Windmill dari kejauhan...|
|Adegan berani mati|
|X taulah apa nama tempat nih...Main redah aja...|
The end of part 2. Click here for part 1..