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... charts in different countries. Once I got comfortable with that I was able to get some sleep. We set off at about 10.15am and made our way with out problem to Namur by about 3:00pm. After rebirthing a second time because the power cord was too short (that is, the power box was too far away!) I went to see the capitainere who enquired if I would like fuel delivered to the boat? Would I? ...
... trough by hooks. This all happened very slowly. The weight of the trough pushed against the canal connection and maintained the seal as they became one. Once connected both gates rose fully our above our heads and we were able to sail out and let the waiting barges come in.
We saw one or two strange sights on the way. A big flock of Egyptian geese and a totally closed down iron/steel works with diesel shunting ...
... stop off in Gent, being a Sunday it was very quiet but was nice to see the city its a bit bigger that Bruges and some neat older more Gothic building. We stopped off at a pub for yep you guessed it more beer and they had snacks for the table of big chunks of cheeese with mustard..... random but delish!!
Later that evening after arriving back in Brussels we jumped on the Eurostar and a lovely stress free ride back to Kings Cross station!!
... tour guides herding people along calling for the to follow them.
We wandered into the Market Square and decided to take a horse and cart ride around town, for some reason it seemed a bit less touristy today could have been there were less tourists. We enjoyed our half hour ride and chuckled to ourselves when we were told that half way through the horse needed a five minute rest ( of course this meant five minutes less of the tour not sure why they can't rest them ...
... from its neighbour Guinea-Bissau. His name escapes me, but he travels on a Spanish passport, speaks fairly fluent German as well as Spanish. It is him that makes sure we find the train station in Brussels, applying his fluent French to ask for directions.
At the train station I am picked up by Diederick, who I met in Laos. I feel a split second of personal ...