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Travel Blogs from Durbuy
... out for a walk. There was a problem with the water at the Mill, as the water had stopped running that morning. Poor Miranda and Jonathan had to convince a repairman to come out on Christmas Day! The water supply is from a well, using new fancy UV system to purify the water from the acquifier... This also had the effect of delaying Jonathan getting started on smoking and cooking the ham for lunch... We walked to see ...
... it had to be done) and finishing up on the '****’ Belgium roads – Jase’s words!
Arriving in Spa a bit later than expected we had a tough time finding a campground that was still open and ended up driving in circles, contemplating another roadside night. We finally found a ground which opened from 7 – 7.30pm for new arrivals, so were able to stop in Spa and walk around the centre for a half hour, before checking in.
Having pulled into ...
... typical. We made the best of a bad situation, did laundry, sent some post, ate and found a campsite. That night we setteled down to plan a better route across Luxembourg and Germany to avoid the frustrations of the last few days, whilst doing so we found beer cures somber down beat moods and came up with out new motto... when in (X) where X is replaced by the country we are in, this allows us to justify any amount of alcohol.
After such a frustrating day we got off to a poor start. Rain had started to lash down, we waited it out from the warmth of our tents. We eventually set off 2 hours later than intended but the navigation was thankfully easy, a fair few hills were thrown in to deaden our legs. We joined the N4 in Namur. This was a nice striaght road to lead us to Bastogne, it was infact as close to ...
... way. We
arrived at 11 am, an hour trip and began exploring this beautiful city. The
shops in Namur are very upscale. There are no souvenir shops, but on the other
hand there were more shoe stores per square foot that I have even seen in my
life. If Carolyn's friends were here, they'd have to rename Namur --
Yentaville! We strolled up and down the streets and alleyways exploring every
nook and cranny. After lunch we hopped on a ...