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... a challenge. Looking at the schedules I had worked out I was supposed to be on Platform 9. I get to 9 and there is no-one there. The other platforms have people and trains going in and out, but not 9. Figuring that I was wrong and went back down into the subway. I found platform 7 had trains to Ghent. I get onto the platform and a train is waiting. This time I checked with the conductor who was standing next to the train, just to make sure I was in the right place. Winning! ...
... There is not much green space in Ghent and they wander around the brick paths. We even see a man walking his ginger cat on a leash as he mutters to his cat along the way. However with many dogs and other animals comes many poops to dodge on the streets. It is also questionable whether some of them are human material.
Werregarren street was praised by Lonely Planet as a great place to look ...
... before she left, then finished our drinks before heading out. Darren got some photos with a couple of Norwegian style trolls that were in the window of the pub then we all headed down to Daren's car. We got in and Daren drove us back to Karina's, (although looking back, he probably shouldn't have...) then as we were getting near her street there was a girl walking on the street so Darren beeped Daren's horn. Then she turned into the street we were about to drive down. Awkward. ...
... It was obvious that Ghent was lively and fresh. We later found out that it's a popular place for nightlife and the younger generations, which is probably why I loved it so much. After talking with some of the locals I realized I could truly see myself living there. It was absolutely beautiful and I would have spent the next 5 days there if I had the option. Additionally, the BD employees came out of their shells after a few glasses of wine and we all had some really great conversation.
... with me.
Monday, August 20th started
with a meeting with Filip, our Belgian fieldwork coordinator. After
months of correspondence via email, it was really nice to finally put
a face with the name. Filip is an incredibly sweet man, whose
typically European round classes and soft spoken nature only make
you like him even more. For the better half of Monday, Filip gave us
a tour of Arteveldehogschool college campus, ...