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... the talks in that session (about blood transfusions) but it was in a large tent which was so hot, I had to leave!!
Drinks tonight - caught up with James Moore, which was cool but never saw Celia Mckiernan (saw her on an escalator early on, but there were 2000 people in the way!). Will try again tomorrow.
No sightseeing today, sorry ...
... they were pretty good!
Am finally starting to get my bearings and don't get lost every time I leave the apartment. I've figured out where Paul is staying so I don't get lost getting there tonight!!
You should be here, Sally - I am struggling to get the front loader working. Think I am washing my clothes again instead of drying
Had dinner with Paul, Michael Reade (DAHLIA), Manoj, and a guy called Steve from ? The ...
... birding pass before there is a $75.00 to do that at the counter.
The flight was great, we had no issues. Everyone was nice but there are no perks. For the price we will always fly the regional airlines over the big airlines.
In Brussels we got out of the airport we found our friends, Charlotte and her dad Ghislain. We found a coffee place and sat down to wait for Dale and the kids. We took the time to catch up on news.
We had a ...
... drove into Namur and it was quite obvious by the buildings it is a rich city. We stopped outside the Versailles Palace (no not the place near Paris, just a dicey looking local casino) to visit the ATM (quite handy having an ATM next to a casino). We then headed for the Citadel. The Citadel is an old fortress on the hill overlooking Namur used from the 16th to 20th Century. There's a staircase all the way up the hill and a heart attack is a guarantee ...
... bed, cups of tea were made and lots of nattering commenced. Spag bol for tea was awesome, just what the doctor ordered so to speak and then a little explore into the Belgian countryside. Devastatingly, there were no beer stops or chocolate shops along our route (which was kind of guessed that we were hopefully heading in a loop back to our field) but it was enjoyable all the same. On return, we all went together for our bushcamp, find a tree toilet stop before bed, ...