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... in the tower, so there was a nit of a wait. Along the entire length of the trek up, you have to stop and make way for people on their way down, with just barely enough room to squeeze by each other. Half of the fun was watching people's choice of footwear (like 6inch wedge heels) and clothing (like short skirts that showed a bit too much to people directly below on the stairs). Once we made it to the top, we had a wonderful view above the town and out across the ...
05:00 Leave for river to observe marine biologist as they catch and tag juvenile sharks
09:30 Personal time and research work
14:00 Mangrove nursery preparation and care, seed collection and planting and reforestation work.
16:00 Project presentation
09:00 Land based work relating to any aspect of our ...
... it really was quite comfy. (Even the spell checker cannot believe we went second class - it spell checked 'second' to 'social'.) Our hotel, The Duke's Palace, is beautiful. It used to be a Kempinski, and way back when was the palace of the duke who controlled West Flanders. We won't tell them how we got here, lest they hose us down or throw us out! We had salads for lunch in the restaurant ...
... part of canal. So pretty, cute little bridges, old buildings sitting in the water and loads of swans. Horse carts lined the cobbled streets and the smell of waffles filled the air! Despite being winter - still really pretty. And all this after being here for barely 10minutes so far! Across a small bridge and through a large walled entrance, with 1778 inscribed above, we entered the Begijnhof - a UNESCO world heritage site (quite a fan of those!). Lots of ...
... the canals. It was a nice,
though cramped, overview of the city from the canals. We went in and out
of various canals, each leading to a different discovery.
Once the boat tour was over we
meandered along the streets, past a small flea market where vendors were
selling much of the same type of antiques and crafts you would see in the
states but many more you would not. There was one vendor with a selection
of old keys from all ...