Palace Promenade in Scheveningen


The Palace Promenade is large mall that stand next to the beach called Scheveningen, one of the nicest beaches here in the Netherlands. It is accessible from the boardwalk at the beach. I find this mall unique because of the location and you can say shopping by the sea. The store has some leisure activity that both adults and kids will enjoy their visit. However, the bowling area is the most exciting part for me, only a bit expensive, but hubby and I had a great time always when we played that game. Whenever you're done exploring the mall, then you can easily go through the beach and enjoy the cold breeze from the sea.
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Den Haag big market

Last Wednesday, my parents-in-law and I went to the big market here in Den Haag. It's just few minutes walked from home and so it's very easy for us to reach the place. The market was open four times a week such as Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday, but mostly we visit there either Wednesday or Friday because it's not so crowded. A lot of nice stuff that you can buy in the market and it's very affordable for everyone's budget. In fact, I bought a small shoulder bag that was very cute and of course very handy for me to carry, a replacement for my old one because it's almost broken already. Well, before we went home, we ate some baked fish; it's very yummy, but makes you thirsty a lot.

Anyway, I just felt sad that I forgot to take some pictures of the big market here in Den Haag. Well, it's not going to be my last visit, but I promise that next time I visit there again, then I make sure to take few shoots, then I can share it here.
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Pasar Malan 2010

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Just a week ago that hubby and I visited the Pasar Malan 2010. The said event was held in one of the big cities in the Netherlands, the Den Haag. The location was not that far from home, so we just walked on the way to the area where it was located. The Pasar Malan was an Indonesian event, there some Indonesian market, some Indonesian foods that you can buy, some Indonesian dance, music, Miss Indonesian 2010 and many more activities that you can see. What I just noticed that some Indonesian native stuff that I saw had some similarity in the Filipino native stuff, so I find it very common in my eyes. However, I'm very sure that for those other people who never saw those old native stuff, they will surely amaze with it.
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