Check rates and availability for this hotel
Find the best prices for Kaai 11 from our 2 partners. Show all partners
Travel Blogs from Antwerp
... so if you make time for them, they will certainly make time for you. But you have to initiate the contact – you are the ‘odd one’ - they are a team – a team that will accept you but you have to go to them.
English is the language of the sea (and air come to that) so there is no problem communicating on board. The food isn’t special, but you won’t starve. Communication with the outside world also varies but rest ...
The next day we did a little trip through Antwerp.
Jacob still needed to find his way around, and it seemed like a good idea to get a fresh nose and show him how beautiful the city is. (of course not as pretty as Aus, but that's an other story :))
So after a good night sleep, and a lazy morning we took the car and drove through the city to the Groenplaats.
Found a parking so off we go!
We started at the Eiermarkt, with the boerentoren, then we walked up ...
... train leaves five minutes after, and I try to draw and relax, but I’m so upset I get the shakes and need to just sit still and look out the window for a bit. Maybe I need sugar.
There is a change between trains, and many of us are left waiting inside, having run five platforms and hoping this may be the last of it. We wait. And wait. And wait. Only to have the train run back in the other direction. This is not the public transport system I’ve put my faith in ...
... Duh... ..
Then we were told to go Sainte-Catherine for nice food.....Duh, I walked for almost an hour and I was only half way there. I gave up...and settled down in a restaurant where there was no other guest except me and I was served by an only-speak-french slow-mo waiter who didn't understand a single word I said...
Brussels, I hope to see more of you today. It has not been interesting enough so far. hehehehehe
... beginning of May. I
can even have a short nap in the Land Cruiser on these bumpy roads:
it means I became a real Outreach team member!
I finally understood after
two months what my job was all about, because being an Outreach Nurse
Supervisor was quite new for me, even if I know very well what the
work in a health center is like. But I had to learn and I'm still
learning what it is to be a supervisor, how to manage/coach my staff
and the ...