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We are having so much fun. I don't think my blog has really covered off how much fun can be had when you are travelling with a group of people on a bus. There are two buses, bus A and bus B. We are on bus B and it has come to be known as the party bus. We have lots of different kinds of people on the bus of all different ages, including two kids. But there is a group of us who just can't behave! The laughter is raucous and infectious and even though most of us are suffering from ...
... for a nap so I could attempt some night activities. I woke up again at around 630pm and headed down to enjoy happy hour (6-9) at the bar. I met some more Aussies (one guy was from South Perth and an eagles supporter!) and once Ollie arrived at the hostel we had ourselves a 4 man quiz night team! Unfortunately (despite a lot of help from google) we were unable to bring home the chocolates. The next day I met Ollie on the Champs Élysées for some more sight seeing. ...
... we MUST go to Bruge, so we have now decided to go from there to Zeebrugge to Holland round the coast which will be quicker – weather permitting of course!
We cast off at 11am with the help of the harbour master keeping our stern into the pontoon and upstream as we turned and our neighbouring boats were on standby too (we had been moved up very close to each other to make room for extra boats expected for the festival and ...
... their attitude that made us feel totally unwelcome even for the 1 night, so we decided to go back to Kortrijk before we could not get back there either, as there is a festival on this weekend and expecting more boats. It turns out it is a public holiday for Pentecost so Monday is like our Bank Holiday.
We arrived back and managed to get the same spot.
After dinner we used the washing machine ...
... availability of Belgian-style snacks, and excursions on a local
scale, but as our boatman commented on the city's status as officially
one of the world's greatest settings in which to drink a beer, one look
at the waterfront bars were all that was required to get that
impression, even without the prior knowledge. All in all, this was a
fitting place to visit as a final port of call in Belgium, since ...