[LMB] Re: Queen's Day
mtraber251 at earthlink.net
Tue Apr 11 13:41:24 BST 2006
> on Queen's Day you are allowed to sell (second hand) stuff. To perform
> on the street (kids with recorder or violin, or more professional). You
> may set up a tent and offer massage, bake applecakes and sell them,
> schminck people orange with Dutch flags on the cheeks, hold contest who
> can blow the biggest bubbles of chewinggum, put up cans and let people
> trow balls at them, put out a bed lay in it with a sign on top 'I want
> to get ich leeping' (=an expression in Dutch). Etc. etc. what ever you
> can think of to make a little money.
> The center of towns will ussually be more commercial with activities you
> still do need a licensence for like a big disco, a hamburger or kebab
> stand, or a beertap.
Actually this sounds like a blast, but as a tourist with a local guide
to have fun with.
Of course it screams for Sieglings bags to hold the souvenirs and a
bunch of listees to shjare the fun with=)
I have a nice orange silk shirt ...
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