'Jardin Du Thé' - 'Le Breughel'
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... or no street noise but stuffy dorm. So, window stayed open and the street party down the road got into full swing around midnight or so until dawn ... Not good. Not at my best therefore but we made some good progress once out of Brussels.
Just outside Ottignie disaster struck. Ambling along, a horrible noise from the back and dramatic slowdown of movement and ... the rear gear mech ...
... but instead we were offered to have lunch with the workers, so we had lunch))
Nice work camp)) haha
I think approximately at 2 pm we were finally given some work to do: cutting red cloth and hanging curtains on the other stage of the festival))) 12 people to hang curtains? wtf?
At 4 pm it started raining, so everybody came back to the Cabaret and waited there for the rain ...
... everybody could come and watch this national holiday.
We were there for a few hours. We saw knights fight on the stilts, we heard the Wallonian orchestra play and we watched children in national costumes dance national dances.
It was nice)) I was glad that I was on that party and could see some of Wallonian traditions.
As far as I have already said Yves was a well-known person in Namur. These Wallonian musicians also knew him, so they ...
... and conditions like these)))
So we moved the tables, left our baggage and went to a nice cafe for a diner. That cafe was the place where we could finally relax and speak a lot with each other.
I was so excited about volunteers and everything that I didn't have time and strength to walk round Namur and see its beauty at the first day, but I certainly felt the perfect atmosphere of this Belgian city!
I fell in love with Namur from the first minutes of being ...
... feathers, berries, the like. Then we had to come up with a way to
thank nature for everything it had given us. (Now all of you know I'm
a bit of a tree-hugger, but this was just ridiculous. ) The group I
was in decided to sing a song while holding hands and walking around
a tree that had been cut down.......
Thankfully, in the
afternoon, I was in a photography class. We didn't have time to learn
how to develop film, but we did have the opportunity to make