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... hills were and how wet it was. Nothing could stop the good vibes and fun times at Tomorrowland.
The third day again was rather wet and cloudy once again which added a tinge of sadness to the fact that this was to be our last full day of Tomorrowland 2015. We spent the morning roaming around Dreamville doing was everyone wanted to do like buy a flag or a hat, and grab some food and a few pictures. It was cool to just sit on the wooden boards of the marketplace and watch it ...
... to our ship to unpack and relax. Dinner was lovely. We enjoyed the food, company and ambience. Some members of our group met up with our guide at 9 to take a walk to the red light district. Although Ed and I wanted to go we decided to get to bed early. It has been a loooong day with some sleep on the plane. We opted to Wait till tomorrow to doing a walking tour of ...
... somebody’s hand; for there is no other way to heal. However, it is frustrating to be effected by a place or profound history of a landmark and watch the entity not effect another in the same way or move them at all. It’s like for some people there’s no difference between being at the Eye in London vs. the Wall in Berlin. This trip has already challenged and reaffirmed my faith in my generation and the world several times. ...
... I know, every Australian that stays here says that". She showed me the room I'm staying, and was lucky enough to find a power point right next to my bed - possibly the only power point in the whole room. I put my helmet camera on charge, then went to the common area and had a cup of tea to relax. I asked the hostel manager what to do for dinner, but she wasn't very helpful, so afterwards I just went for a walk. As I approached the city centre, I could ...
... A béguinage is a collection of small buildings used by Beguines.
These were various lay sisterhoods of the Roman Catholic Church, founded in the
13th century in the Low Countries, comprising religious women who sought to
serve God without retiring from the world. There are others in Belgium
and France but this one in Bruges is considered a Bruge highlight. We
were not totally sure we had reached our destination when we arrived being ...