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Our journey to Europe commenced
with lift off from Brisbane International Airport on time at 1.40 pm. We flew Finnair but our first leg to
Singapore was with Qantas. On arrival at
Singapore we changed to Finnair who took us all the way to Munich.
I thought should I let you know
how our flights went, given that we changed planes twice on our 22.5 hour
flight (total travel time was 28.5 hours with stopovers) from Brisbane ...
... that evening, we found our hotel and went in search of some food. We reflected on our stupidity and complete waste of money over a kebab and hit the sack still feeling annoyed…better luck tomorrow!
A new day dawned and we were both back in positive and high spirits, well at least I could laugh about yesterday however I think it will take Rhys a few more days. Our first destination was the Brussels comic strip museum. It ...
... so if you make time for them, they will certainly make time for you. But you have to initiate the contact – you are the ‘odd one’ - they are a team – a team that will accept you but you have to go to them.
English is the language of the sea (and air come to that) so there is no problem communicating on board. The food isn’t special, but you won’t starve. Communication with the outside world also varies but rest ...
... Galerijen, a rather posh shopping arcade that had all the very expensive chocolate shops and designer stores. It reminded us of the arcade in Milan although not quite as grand – the roof was cool though. Off of this street you find the Rue des Bouchers, a road full of restaurants with daily menus to tempt in tourists. The lonely planet had informed us of this road so we ate before we got here but actually it looked quote good! Lisa was especially miffed as ...
... at a cool bistro. All of our food came out looking like a work of art and it was delicious. Isabel has known Andrew's family since she was 17 when she studied abroad in L.A. as a guest at Andrew's grandparents' house. They've all remained extremely close since then and it was fun just listening to them all talk about their family and remember times from when the kids were little. After dinner they took us to a nearby bar that has salsa dancing ...