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... 5ft wide, plenty of space really, but no railing. The drop to the ground would have been about 10ft I think. Me being a big scaredy cat, stuck to the wall, which had windows in it so I could glance out at the 30ft drop to the water. I don't think I like castles anymore The castle was used by the Counts of Ghent until the 1400's. Then it was converted to a prison. In a few of the rooms they had displays of the kinds of torture people endured in this place. There was ...
... old brick buildings with pointy roofs. It was a warm day but people seem to love wearing their brown/forest green coats and pants. Wandering the streets we notice a funky smell coming from the storm water grates. I ask the hostel owner later who was adamant the streets don't normally smell like sewage - only when it might rain. He points out that Belgium is less smelly than Rotorua. However comparing hydrogen sulphide ...
Leaving Troyes on a nice sunny day heading north through the Champagne region we were rather surprised not to see any vinyeards. We drove along the route Nationale via Reims north towards the Belgian border. Most of the drive was through agricultural land only split up by the odd village. When we crossed the border into Belgium the road was that minor that we thought that must have been the smuggling route in the days when they had borders. A few kilometres ...
... they want to sit down. So one of the girls and I went on a little adventure, the streets were deserted but all the architecture is amazing to see. We met back up with everyone and decided to look in the famous churches and museums, most were closed but the bell tower was open so we paid to climb to the top. Since I'm terrified of heights climbing 366 steps in a narrow staircase to stand on a very small ...
... when being able to
communicate effectively is so essential to building rapport and a
relationship with the clients, I definitely felt challenged in being
able to do my job.
Now that more than a week has past
since starting work, I can honestly say the communication aspect of
OT is getting better. I spoke with my therapist about my concerns
about the language and she is making more of an effort to translate