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... talking with the barrista and she was very passionate about her coffee. She explained that some of the older residents have come and tried the coffee, hated it and never come back. But she was ok with that - her dream is to inspire the younger crowd to experience new coffee flavours and styles. In a city steeped with tradition, it is nice to see someone chasing their dreams with passion! Especially ...
... with us for awhile and go to lace school, and Forrest is going to bakery school. We saw a kindergarten school where Amy can work and there are libraries aplenty for Kevin. I am serious, Folks!! Barry start packing!!
Everywhere is photographic inspiration. You cannot turn a corner without wanting to go down that street. And oh! the sounds! Church bells, the clip clop of many horse-drawn carriages, languages I have never heard ...
Brugge is a beautiful city, it has gates around the outside, and loads of canals (it's called the Venice of the North). It has loads of beautiful buildings and monuments as well. Unfortunately due to the rain we couldn't do much when we arrived on Thursday, we walked through the centre, and then stumbled upon a bar which played rock music, so we had to stop there for a quick drink!
The weather was a lot better on Friday, ...
... the 3000 who died in one of the first gas attacks. It was erected in 1921 but still looks very modern with a head and upper body of a soldier merging into a huge column.
We then went to the New British cemetery with a number of NZ graves. We then saw the NZ memorial nearby and then went on to Tyne Cot cemetery. It is the biggest military cemetery on the continent, with 11,956 soldiers buried here. Most of the NZ dead from Passendale are here.
... August, so people have time off and no air conditioning-- the perfect storm for a human tsunami headed to the coast and back. We somehow squeezed on, but couldn't even sit. We were stuck with all the other miserables in between cabins next to the WC (which I seriously considered sitting in at one point just to get a rest). It was hot, we were cranky and tired and it seemed like we'd just ...