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... cranes that move the containers have ‘MSC HOME TERMINAL’ painted along their jibs. There are also lots of MSC ships alongside too, as you would expect. We are here for 3 days, an almost unheard of period of time for a container ship to be in one place.
Nick one of my fellow passengers leaves tomorrow and Arne and I have said we will share the cost of a cab to get him into the centre of Antwerp. With 2 full days we can do some sightseeing, if ...
... Walked past the music store with the bar, looked closed so we went to his favourite pub for a pint of Orval.
Really wish I could remember the name of the other two beers he mentioned I should try if I see them, oh well. Hopped on the train to Kortrijk and was actually checked (As well as on the connection to Ieper)!
On the way saw some suburbs of Antwerp and Ghent. I am not a fan of Suburbs but these, these I could live in!
... 3rd layer- moments later - pouring rain. We had some chips for lunch - healthy- except Laurie who went with an actually healthy sandwich and then washed it down with half Hannahs chips!
back at the hostel, we went up to our room - somewhat of a disappointment, especially after Prague - and did some washing and chilled, being so tired after the train stresses. ...
... for the first time. I say goodbye to the new bandmates, hoping to see them again.
The rain is softening, and Erwin offers the use of his lovely pink umbrella. He picked it up in New York when there and cannot get enough of it, unsure why he likes it so much. Seeing it makes me think of the tour guides herding persons like myself through the streets of Prague. When they feared people were straying and getting lost they raised their hand to the sky, within which was held ...
... Shamwana, but he didn't survive even with
the resuscitation maneuvers in the back of the car – when we were
20 minutes away from Shamwana! That was definitely not an easy
I've experienced lately
another difficult cultural clash difficult to accept as a person when
I realize that in the communities, there are Semi-Bhantus (traduction
of swahili = half-human!), commonly called Pygmies - but it's a
discriminatory word to use as ...