Monday, 10 March 2008

Monday @ Maxwell's

It looks like the monday night at Maxwell's is becoming a tradition. Participants tonight were Stephen, Daan, Henrik and Joeri. Thai food at the ThaiCoon and then off to Maxwell's for drinks and bitterballen. Very enjoyable.

Here are some mugshots of tonight (via my shoephone):
Collins looking thoughtfull
Joeri looking smug (after a bitterbal)

10 comments:

Nicole said...

Yaaaaaaaaaay! Photos! I'm already loving this blog!

Vincent said...

Maxwell??!! What happened to Mulligans?

I'm happy to see photo's of old friends and hopefully also around town! :-) Take lots!

Kees said...

I was under pressure from Joeri to start blogging and hyving. So, for more information on what's happening, see my hyves page.

Nicole said...

Where is this social networking page you speak of?

Vincent said...

Hyves? nee toch? Ik had niet gedacht dat jij vatbaar was voor zoiets. Waar gaat het heen met deze wereld... Heel puberend NL zit daar met smart te wachten op aandacht van andere met hormonen doordrenkte pubers...

Nicole said...

Sorry, I just saw the link. It's MySpace but Dutch.

Nicole said...

I just noticed that Cafe Maxwell was on Beukenplein! Handy! That little square is really taking off.

Kees said...

@Nicole: Beukenplein is taking off; restaurants, cafes and other nightlife is slowly appearing. This makes the neighbourhood more pleasant than ever before. It also means I don't have to into town to have drink.

Besides, lately they were playing the music in Mulligans too loudly for my taste. In Maxwell's you can still hear each other.

Nicole said...

That sounds like my kind of place then Kees! I've always hated the loud music in Mulligan's. It's a great little pub, but not if you like talking with friends. I am really excited that you've made this blog and look forward to many more fun posts!

Vincent said...

Sounds good Kees. I'm looking forward to seeing more piccies from the Beukenplein. I never understood why the music n Mulls was so loud sometimes. You're there to socialise really, not to get deafened.