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... was amazing (pictures will be posted). We arrived in Brussels in less than an hour and took off with our heavy backpacks and all to find our hostel, which of course was on the other side of the city. Look at the bright side; we didn't feel so bad eating the waffles later that day. The weather was gorgeous and we had time to kill before meeting up with the guys so we set out to get some food and tour the city a ...
We did an exchange to Brasschaat, a suburb of Antwerp. The house was lovely, in a huge garden. The owners were totally into eco living, so everything that could be had to be composted, no chemicals were ever used in the garden (which was therefore alive with butterflies), and we were requested to use "green" products like washing up liquid and loo rolls. Everything in the house was a natural material, like linen or cotton,and the floors were wood or slate-gorgeous, actually. Brasschaat ...
... city, capital of Rajasthan and famous for its Palace of the Wind.
3. Pushkar: famous for the Pushkar Mela (biggest camel fair in the world)
4. Jodhpur : aka the “BLUE” city, famous for its many palaces and fortresses.
5. Jaisalmer: desert city in Rajasthan.
6. Bikaner & Deshnok: stop between Jaisalmer & Amritsar. Famous for its RAT-temple.
7. Amritsar: The holiest place in Sikkhism. Famous for its ...
... singing and dancing in the street. We tried passing them, but one ran over to me and hugged me and his friend ran over to pull him away. Then they returned to dancing. Drunk people are funny... We finally got to our hotel around 12:30 and went to bed after finishing our fries. June 12 Overslept of course. We were out if the hotel around 10:30. Walked around some more. Went to the Church of our Lady where an original work by Michelangelo is housed. The church ...
On to Cologne after Munster - by this point we had built up more courage to try out phrases from the German CD, Hotdog's favourite when forced to was asking for the 'rectum' at the end of the meal instead of the 'rechtung' which made us giggle. Did a LOT of walking, round and round in circles at points but was really happy to witness a lot of stereotypical ...
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