Le Jardin d' Alix
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... in this during WWII but tonight is the 30,000 time it has been played. The Queen of Belgium was there, the area around the fate was closed to the general public but a big screen was set up in the main square and we watched from there. There were live links to various places in Great Britain, Canada, India and Australia. It was all MC'd by a local actor who did a great job and the whole thing really ...
... for a permanent accomodation. As all of that isn't hard enough in itself, the administration of this country, stupidly complex and passive-aggressive to the end, makes sure that I'm not bored.
Despite all of that, those procedures were leaving me with quite a lot of free time. But I must say that my mind wasn't on sightseeing, and then I had only an old defective camera with me so in the end I have very few pictures.
And then, I had a violent ...
... into the shopping district of the old town and did some browsing. We went into a cell phone shop to find a new Sim card for our cell that we bought in Wales, but the new sim did not work with this one. The guy had already activated it, and instead ended up giving us a brand new phone free of charge. It helps to be Canadian some days :)
We then finished exploring and headed for the grocery store where ...
... have time to have lunch at the lounge. I finally felt at ease.
My flight to Singapore wasn't at all comfortable. I did have a spacious seat, good food and various entertainment choices but my mind was too busy thinking about all the stuff I left at home and that I'm leaving for at least 5 months. I was battling depression, worry and excitement that I started having a headache.
Landing in Singapore, I didn't know what to do for the next 6 hours. I messaged my ...
... camera malfunction). The cathedral was just up the road looking good as were the main public buildings. The Town hall in particular had 2 different styles – Italian renaissance and the earlier Gothic style, (see photo) also a photo of a saint with a pigeon (Saint Eleanor maybe). A totem pole dedicated to at Gent folk singer and his songs. There was also a very big cannon known as Mad Meg that has never been fired in 425 years. ...