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... assumptions: a) the driver was a man; and b) that the proficient driver does not have a well-rehearsed plan for dealing with errant pedestrians ie don’t slam on the brakes until you’re a certain distance from them. A distance which could be quite short indeed.
I have the Use-it free map and guide of Ghent – they spell it with an ‘h’ – called "Act like a ...
... To a girl who forgot how to ride a bike (yes, seriously) having people on two wheels from end to end of the city is amazing. It definitely lends a certain character to the city and helps to set the tone and the pace. I found Ghent, in the rain and sun, to be a pretty laid back, attractive town. It's small and my time here in Belgium is pretty short so I don't plan on spending much more time exploring it, but if you get the chance, ...
... locals. Harry, Goedroen, and Ana taking in the evening.
first night was cold and the sun was hiding behind low laying clouds.
The shops had closed between ...
... made our beds and all that jazz. unfortunatly the common area closed at 11 so we only had about a half hour to chill before being sent into our rooms. we're in a 16 bed dorm, but not a single person was talking last night, it was super wierd.. but then again noone snored either which was extremely nice.
Now, onto today!
after an abrupt curtain opening wakeup call compliments of one of our silent roomates, and a slightly cold shower we headed off into Brussels to ...
... postcard town.
You could also visit Ghent, Waterloo, Antwerp or a place that’s less known. I thoroughly enjoyed my trip. Brussels, Bruges and Antwerp were the 3 places we got to visit. We came back with loads of pictures, some extra body weight and of course great memories, coz that’s what travelling is all about. And if you can add a sparkle from Antwerp too to the list then it’s totally worth it!!