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... for a pop up bar, just here for this weekend...we wandered in and found ourselves in a temporary nightclub in an old art deco cinema! Luckily we weren't the oldest people in there; there was the obligatory long haired old Belgian stoner dancing by himself in the middle of the floor so all was good.
We finished off in one of our favourite packed bars where Lyn's charm managed to secure us a spot in a very cosy 2 seater sofa and a nice waitress ...
... and upon entering, it opened to a square where an orchestra was tuning up. At 11.00 (and not ONE MINUTE before) they started with oom pa pa music. It was fine, but we're only good for one of those!
Interestingly, they did have some ladies just sitting there quietly making lace. It's amazing to watch. The result is fantastic, ...
Day trip from Brussels. I've added some hyperlinks to help with information. My wifi time is limited...
We rode north toward the sea.
First we went to Ghent and saw castles and an amazing Van Eyck painting Lamb of God in an old church. Here is info on the painting and info on ...
... and meals. The pay for these would be next to nothing, and not really enjoyable, career building or valuable experience. They wouldn't allow us to repay debts or save anything. Many require commitment of 6 months, or at least 3, and I feel returning to better paying jobs in Australia would just be a better option. In terms of salaries I'm not exactly a high roller in Australia, but my job alone would pay nearly double what both of us together would earn on a ...
... first class carriages. We did not have any time to spare before it took off. Slasher has had humping suitcases up and down stairs! However, we still have to get to Heathrow by train - maybe a few more chances for a work out. At Bruxelles, we were met by Duncan and his driver. Apparently, we should have gone through to Midi but got some bad advice to get off at Nord. At their home, we had a cuppa and a sandwich and chatted with Jenny, and also her Mum and sister ...