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Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... backpack of knowledge about operations and ambition to make things smoother.
It has been over 6 weeks that I have been travelling the world and I still am so surprised and humbled at the same time that such important people in the organization are giving up their time to help us learn – there is no better way to grow than this.
Oh and Belgian waffles are amazing, especially with strawberries on top!
Next stop – Le fameux ...
... deserted, containing the town hall and the church which yet again it has buildings butting up to it so you can only see the actual entrance. There were several interesting buildings including one of the remaining city gates looking totally different from both sides.
We had an interesting talk with the harbour master about winter storage and lifting out etc. and the big benefits if you become a member. We are interested! Next door there is a commercial ...
... we walked back into the city centre had a look around, got some Belgium waffles (only €1, how could you say no!?) then went and sat in the park in front of the cathedral for a few hours. On the way to the bus station we stopped off at one last pub for a Belgium beer then at a chocolate shop and personally chose 6 Belgium chocolates for €2.16 (if we had of known they weren't that expensive we would have had so many more!) then we finally made it to the bus station to ...
... and flip, or catch fire, and got off as quickly as possible.
It was, it seems, a textbook landing. The pilot, who had a front row seat to a possible crash, did everything right. Even though the stewardesses panicked at the end (outwardly they were calm, but passengers claimed you could hear it in their voices), they kept everybody calm and got everyone off the plane in one piece. Everything went like it was supposed to.
Sure, I was ...
Woke to a very loud and familiar bang this morning, yip, Logan's front tyre and this time he wasn't even on the bike! So minus one front bike tyre, we headed for Gent today, a city much like Bruges but 'grittier' so the Lonely Planet reckons. However, I have to agree, they are very similar, in fact looking back at the photos it's hard to tell which is which. Gent was not as touristy as Bruges and not so many chocolate shops, which was a ...
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