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Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...
... and recommended the De Halve Mann brewery. I had my first true Belgium beer there so I was very happy. It is the only remaining working brewery in Bruges. Lunch was very good as well. We had shrimp croquettes and Flemish beef stew. After lunch, we did the brewery tour. It was really interesting to hear about how they brew beer over here. Because it was in an old building, we had to climb over 200 ...
... now we were standing in the middle of nowhere, just on the other side of the border. The remaining kilometres seemed too far, too much. We paused to take stock of what we’d done, and then it was off again…where we were met by a marching band dressed in quasi Mountie uniforms. This was it. This was the push into Knokke-Heist. After the national anthem, we fell in behind them, and entered Knokke. Sore feet were forgotten. Sore bums and hips ...
... some day, and explore certain places again in more depth. But for now, I feel very satisfied.
Here's a little list of all my homies. We had a big group! Love you all!
-- Trip Leader (TL) - Betti
-- Coach Driver (CD) - Eoin
-- The Muskaqueers: Dylan, Joe, Jerome
-- My favourite twins: Paige and Grace
-- The Kiwis!! - Dan (Din) and Erin (Eeearin)
-- Wagga Wagga - Zac and Steph
--My friends from Texas! .. ...
... next one 45 minutes later. The trains, however are great. Very much on time and warm.
We arrived an hour later and Jason had pre-loaded a walking tour map so we knew exactly where to go. It was pretty good and matched the information maps around the town. We crossed the main intersection and bridge and basically entered a museum. Canals, bridges, cobblestones, horse drawn carriages, trees and loads of really old, ...
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