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... t get ID'd here.
Because I am only drinking beer! And at age 20, I am already four years past the organ drinking age of beer. Yep, you can drink beer here from 16. The thing I have noticed though is that there are so few young people out to get drunk.
They enjoy a few beers and that's that. Maybe having started with beer at a younger age, by the time ...
... order for chivalry created by Philip the Good to commemorate his marriage to Princess Isabella of Portugal in 1430. The order survives to this day in Belgium, the Netherlands, France, Germany, Spain, and Portugal
Found a soup kitchen, (one for paying customers), with soup being the main menu item. Just what we needed, as the day was definitely on the cool to chilly side, and evening fast approaching.
... down during WWI, in case of bombings. They put it back up following the war, only to take it back down after WWII. They still haven't moved it back up into the tower after 1945, fearing another war.
We walked the beautiful city, hearing these types of facts. Jennie and I immediately noticed how different it was to be with the group. It was nice to have a guided-tour type thing, but being with a group of our peers was not ...
We had another sleep in today, then got ready and went down for a bowl of leftover salad from last night. After a chat with Karina for a while, we headed down to Ledebergplein so Darren could get a Turkish pizza wrap from the Turkish bakery down the road. When we got there though, it was closed, so we went to a fries shop instead, and got our regular special sauce with samurai sauce on our fries. We must have eaten enough fries lately though, because we couldn't even finish ...
It had been a long flight however I had slept through the majority of the duration. I woke up around two hours before we arrived in Brussels, I relaxed and read more of the book I had bought in Kenya. I cannot leave this book alone, "An elephant in the garden" by Michael Morpurgo is surprisingly catchy and you just keep wanting to know more and more. Throughout the whole flight I had thought I was dreaming or hallucinating. I kept hearing an echoing ...