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... but it’s impossible to do that for 6 months straight. When I leave here, I feel like the only regret I’ll leave with is that I wasn’t here for longer.
It’s not just the places and the food that will make leaving difficult; I’ve met such a variety of people in my time here that I’ll leave with good, and sometimes absurd, memories. There’s the mother and her precocious son who ride my tram, and the extremely hot Fleming who ...
When you first arrive in a new city, nothing makes sense. Everything's
unknown, virgin... After you've lived here, walked these streets, you'll
know them inside out. You'll know these people. Once you've lived here,
crossed this street 10, 20, 1000 times... it'll belong to you because
you've lived there. That was about to happen to me, but I didn't know it
I have a confession to make: when I arrived in Brussels, ...
... marble, art, chandeliers, mirrors & inlaid floors. I and was surprised to see a large collection of Indonesian gongs & Vietnamese singing bowls too. What does Brussels have to do with Asia?!
So with the highlights done I don't know what I'll get up to tomorrow.
I just started a new book so it would be great if I could find a cafe or quiet park to sink into it.
I finally had dinner in ...
... for this train because it was going to be about 4 hours and food was offered in 1st. We had a while to wait but it was good to stand and chat. We said our farewells, on the assurance that S and E will come to Australia vey soon so that we can share Woodgate with them and repay some of the wonderful hospitality they gave us. There were lots of free seats on the train, but nowhere to store luggage. So, after warnings about pickpockets, we kept it close to us. ...
... Drinking, laughing, and fine dining ensued, and we left with smiles frozen on our faces. The food was delicious, but the company we had only made it better. Being away from home is hard, especially on a long trip, but to each of the members at that table - I thank you. Today was a fantastic day, and I have a newly minted appreciation for Brussels and Belgium as a whole. With the early train to catch, I bid you all a good day and good night. Amsterdam is comin' up next, let's go!