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There’s always that bit of relief when transiting to a flight headed for the Netherlands.
Not only do I unwittingly eavesdrop conversations spoken in a familiar tongue, but when I’ve had to go up stairs or put my bag in the overhead compartment and my luggage is heavy, I’ve always had random Dutch guys offer to help me.
In the early 1990s, the Danes began to celebrate Valentine’s Day as the great day of love, inspired by the American custom.
John’s Eve (at the end of June) being some of the most important and typically spent together with family.
Other important celebrations include the carnival “Fastelavn” in February, New Year and Great Prayer Day, which was established to combine several traditional holidays into one day.
As a black female traveller who has graced a couple of continents with itchy feet, I dare say that Dutch guys are super cool. I towered over a lot of people and became pretty used to jabs about my height like, “How is the oxygen up there?
” Or complaints about causing neck injuries each time I stooped to hug a friend.