Long time no see!
Since there haven’t been any trips that I could share tips, I decided to tackle on something about the Netherlands. (Again….)
After moving to The Netherlands 1,5years ago, I haven’t suffered from many cultural shocks and getting used to things has been quite smooth… Till one day when I realised that NO, it cannot be correct. The questions invaded my head: Is it everywhere like this? What did they think? WHY? Everyone really has dishwashers?
I started to research the topic more and soon realised that this country indeed is filled taps that are too short, small or placed very poorly.
Ladies and gentlemen: Do lots of people recognise this or admits that also their home country tends to have taps like this?
I have questions to you people, who decided for the taps of The Hague:
- How are you supposed to wash your hands under this if you are any older than 10 years old?
- How do you avoid the water going everywhere else except to your hands?
- If you decide to install this to the kitchen, have you ever washed any wok pans under this tap?
Last time when I claimed that Santa Claus comes from Finland, the ‘real one’ replied to me from Alaska. I am looking for similar impact with this post and hopefully, there is one professional who could explain/argument enough to make this right.
Some suggestions for the future: