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... occasionally disappearing and leaving me with these crazy people. After Germany’s first game in which they beat Portugal 4-0 there was a lot of honking of horns and waving flags, but for the most part people were keeping a lid on the celebrations. That wasn’t so much the case later that night when Augustus was watching his USA play.
We spent a lot of time at an Irish pub where we got to know the staff a ...
We decided to have a short stop in Ghent. Ro hadn't been there and we had been told it was a lovely place to visit. Without a city map it was a little tricky to work out where to go. We ended up driving past a castle with turrets and the boys we keen to explore, so we parked nearby and walked back. It was a great castle called Gravensteen, built in the 11th Century. We saw lots of ...
... of course beer and food. We had a great all you can eat Ribs feast in Gent. Now that we have plans we can hope to enjoy more of Belgium proper.
So that's it then, decisions made and an itinerary formed. We will be back in Australia at the start of November. By the time we are home, we have been gone over 6 months, visited around 33 countries on all 7 continents, and completely circumnavigated the planet in one direction, largely independently. No regrets, and what an ...
... takes on a whole new meaning...ha ha Brussels also has a very famous fountain, where a young boy figure is ******* into a pool of water, the fountain is official called "Manneken Pis" pronounced quite aptly "man can ****" After zig zagging through many streets we finally rounded a corner to find a hundred or more people staring at this tiny fountain with a miniature figurine of a small boy peeing into the fountain...wow...what an anti-climax, but like everyone else ...
... to take across the Atlantic was a British Airlines 747 exit seat…A quick
and painless journey to London. In London, after an hour delay, we hear the
foreboding message that our plane to Brussels has a mechanical problem and the
engineers are trying to fix it quickly….Three hours later the mechanical
problem was fixed (apparently) along with tires changed and we were off to
Brussels for a quick, no .…very ...