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... town for a little while (Ghent is a beautiful town with lots of canals), then stopped at a place right on the river called the Oude Vismijn. There was a misunderstanding with the restaurant staff, (we arrived at the restaurant an hour before dinner, so we intended to wait, but were not informed that dinner was not served outside where we were sitting. By that time, the restaurant was fully booked), so we had to leave to find someplace else for dinner. ...
... we found a whole family of birds nesting in the water with five chicks and the dad can actually scare of birds bigger than him. The nest well the nest wasn't the cleanest it was actually the dirtiest made of garbage twigs and mud but the chicks were so cute you can look at the pictures and a whole lot of other things happened too, the pictures will show you more .Well until next time ...
... test their equipment with us there apparently! They must have been sound checking for something! We got to the guys' place and went inside where a bunch of people were sitting around a table full of tea light candles and empty beer bottles and glasses. It looked quite pretty. We sat around chatting and laughing for a while, and Darren and Che started to have a little guitar session on the couch, which was cool. They ended up taking it upstairs to his bedroom (ooooohhh!) so they ...
... It was obvious that Ghent was lively and fresh. We later found out that it's a popular place for nightlife and the younger generations, which is probably why I loved it so much. After talking with some of the locals I realized I could truly see myself living there. It was absolutely beautiful and I would have spent the next 5 days there if I had the option. Additionally, the BD employees came out of their shells after a few glasses of wine and we all had some really great conversation.
... still learning Dutch. She has also been kind enough to
assign mostly clients who know some English. My Dutch is getting
better slowly but surely and I have found new ways of communicating
and relating to my clients. Rather than feeling the overwhelming
burden of a language barrier, I am now looking forward to honing my
nonverbal communication skills while still learning a bit of the
language. I think the next 10 weeks are going to fly by!