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... much count on two hands for the whole year.
The first walk was with my mother and the two kids. The second time just Juan and I walked from our apartment into the center of Ghent before meeting my mother and the kids by the train station. Its a fun city to walk around in as there are many cathedrals and a castle that line the canals not to mention the countless cafes that offer a well deserved treat after a day of walking.
... an old brick building, and we added some more photos to our growing list of beers and chatted for a bit. Karina had to leave after a little bit as she had to go to the doctors for a medical certificate (she'd called in sick today, shhh!) so we went to head out as well and go to another pub, but on our way out the door, Darren joked with a guy on another table and they ended up inviting us over for a drink with them! So we had some more beers, and had a good chat and laugh with ...
... major I already knew much of the presented information. I would have liked to speak more to not what a supply chain is/does, but rather to how European supply chains differ from those that I have been studying.
The employees jumped on the bus with us for a tour of the Port of Antwerp. It was a really impressive facility, but the tour itself was a little difficult. I liked that some of the employees had never seen the port before, so they too had comments and input about some ...
... eat my dinner. I expected the language barrier to be tough, but I
was not prepared for just how hard it actually was. We were told by
Arteveldehogschool that the language would be absolutely no problem.
But they were absolutely wrong. I didn't see a single English
speaking client all day. I thought for sure, it was going to be a
very long and hard three months. The very little Dutch I know was
only useful to introduce myself to ...
... me but it is just not as exciting as some of the other places we will visit, well most actually. It has beautiful historic buildings and then a full on graffiti piece on the wall next to it. Normally I never mind graffiti, we have seen some really brilliant ones here but for the majority it's just like someone has a let a toddler lose with a spray can on the city! I will try and post some pictures and keep the blog up to date! Laters ...