This is how Dutch dance… no other movement… Not like a Latino, like shake and so you got to be moving like this the whole night. Everybody is… buying a round of beers… then you just know, okay, next four hours, I’m going to drink beers. And the good thing is I only paid once and now I’m just drinking for four hours. You kind of invest in your bar trips. Borrel is like kind of equivalent to like happy hour. Those are fun because everyone just starts singing Dutch folk songs at the end. It’s not so much like compared to United States where it’s more of a pickup scene. I like the Dutch bars. The people, they sing. I don’t know what it is, a song comes on the radio and everybody knows the words. The beer is just like overflowing with foam and they have a little spatula… cut off the beer foam on the top. All ages are in there… from twenty to a hundred, I swear to God. You don’t need to take your own thing. You just inhale this nice vibe and feel like yeah, I’m integrating very well. In Amsterdam, I like all the summer festivals. The thing is something very nice. Festival agenda is huge… plenty big ones and hundreds of little small festivals. Festivals at the bar, open-air festival, that’s something that I really like here. You see all kinds of things that are really, really, really Dutch… they like going camping, so you’re forced to camp. Our neighbours are 20 years old Dutch. They love partying and they love a little different kind of music, a little more hard than I’m used to and a little more beat. They usually dress crazy… fully packed in orange or I don’t know, with stupid flamingo on the head… and once again they dance like this… and they spill their beer everywhere anyway. Dutch people party hard. Oh, yes. Dutch definitely enjoy a good party. How much stamina people here seem to have for going out. You drink a lot… and yeah, you just drink a lot. Whenever traveling, I always bump into Dutch people and they seem to be the ones that are staying out the longest. People go crazy… sitting next to a canal and singing loudly… I mean what’s going on? I enjoy the view. It’s like a party destination in so many people’s mind. So it’s like yeah, let’s go crazy in Amsterdam. Drugs, there are parties, there are clubs… beautiful Dutch girls everywhere plus red-light street. I would recommend avoiding the red-light district. There’s a lot of stupid rowdy frat boys acting obnoxious and stupid. Avoid the red-light district. It’s overly touristy. Go to the north… go to Groningen. This is the only place that to my knowledge you can party all night long and even get cheap beer during happy hour, and don’t forget Dutch. The very first time I came to the Netherlands, it was for the gay Olympics in 1998, the gay games. The gay pride. Yeah, that’s awesome. Like for me that’s so special. Everybody’s of the same mindset. We’re just here to have a good time. It’s that whole live and let live attitude I think spills over into their parties as well. That for me is one of the most special things about living in the Netherlands. You just have fun with such a crowd. It was the song about Amsterdam. It was from one of the boats and everybody starts singing this song… everywhere which was amazing… just the whole… the whole city was singing the same song. I love partying in the Netherlands. I think they are throwing and partying the best.