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... the war, his knowledge is phenomenal. He reeled off days, dates, years, distances, facts and figures at every single stop we made and also with any question that was asked. His passion for knowledge of the war really showed. We continued on to the Menin gate, where there is a list of unfound soldiers names. One of which was an Etheridge! We got some time here to wander the town of Ieper which endured 3 major attacks from the Germans. The last couple of ...
... any sympathy from me!”
Apparently I climbed in the dorm window because I couldn’t find my key. Kat doesn’t know what she did, and the only indication is that maybe it involved the locker because someone in her room asked why it was on the ground. The moral of the story is this- Belgian beer is not like Australian beer. Its 14% alcohol, which makes it like drinking wine in beer quantities and NO GOOD can come of ...
... We also saw birdwatchers with telescopes, large camera lenses, tripods and green wellies.
At De Haan, we found that the beach was entirely parceled out to private contractors who were renting out chairs and change houses and controlling beach access. We, of course, being Dutch, went to the end of the beach by the dunes, changed behind towels, and swam free. The swim didn't last long – the water was COLD!
We did ...
... I do not regret the choice of ordering eel- it came baked in a butter sauce and served with wedges of lemon. Simply delicious.
The salad was delicious if unoriginal - lettuce leaves, shredded carrot and parsnips, a bit of shredded red cabbage and salad dressing. It was filling and nutritious, and makes you feel less guilty that you're indulging in Belgian Frites.
This is the paragraph now about the frites - if you've had french ...
Hi from Belgium!
We are currently spending our second day in unbelievable Brugge. We awoke early Saturday morning in order to catch our first train ride of our trip. We departed Paris at 9am (1am your time) for Brussels, caught a connecting train and arrived in Brugge around 1 pm.
We are "couchsurfing" for the first time here in Brugge and cannot believe how awesome the experience has been. Filip and Sabine are around 45 or 50 years old and have been ...