Brigitte Et Alain
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Het is bijna 20 jaar geleden dat we onze eerste 'grote' reis maakten.
Met de fiets door Senegal en Mali.
Zo ontstond "Tombouctou voorbij".
Na deze vuurdoop waren we gereed voor onze motorreizen:
India, de Amerika's, de Zijderoute...
Vorig jaar ontdekten we de 4x4 in AustraliŽ.
En we waren verkocht.
En nu is onze Grote Grijze bijna ...
... tattooed extremely relaxed little dude
Josh - Looks like a surfie, also very chilled, Joel's mate and went to tafe with Vaughn
Bambi - Like Josh but quiet, looks baked 24/7
Steve & Jackie - Couple from their tour, great fun together
Frank the pom - Just happened to be tenting there, over the top but has his moments
Frank buys some bikkies from Josh, they are blue clovers and the boys have all had theirs. I don't have mine until about ...
... a group - one for the bakers, grease makers, cabinet makers, butchers, brewers and many more! The square is large and is pretty from every angle. The streets surrounding the square are full of the usual - chocolates, waffles and magnets - much like in Bruge. Just a couple of blocks down - the Manneken Pis - a (very!) small bronze statue of a boy having a wee. I cannot believe this is almost a national symbol of Belgium...! Another oddity of ...
... area which was quite nice, we didn't bother to go to Mini-Europe though as we had already been to most of the real places there. Got the national dish of chips and mayo for lunch and sat in the sun to eat it.
We went back into town to see the statue of Manneken Pis - he was wearing one of his costumes and was completely covered up so we couldn't see him - I was annoyed.
Out for dinner at night and then a stroll round the Christmas market behind the ...
... Since it was swampy down below, contributing to cholera epidemics, and the river frequently flooded, they decided to cover over the river in 1870. We passed by a square riddled with young people dressed in long bill caps, face paint, lab coats with graffiti, and some with chains around their necks. We asked a few boys what they were celebrating and told us it was related to the anniversary of their university. Each had a beer mug, proud to explain that for 10 Euros ...