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Travel Blogs from Hannut
... on a push scooter that he had built himself. Yes he actually went all that way on a scooter like the kids ride pushing along with his foot. We decided that princes and princesses should be treated as such and spoiled ourselves with a beautiful meal in the dining room of the palace/hotel. We both had goats cheese salad with honey tomatoes followed by crispy fried spinach and ricotta ravioli and seasonable vegetables accompanied by local wine. What a perfect ...
... cathedral with the most beautiful pipe organ. I understood about 4 words during the entire mass, alleluia, notre pere and amen. Anyway I had the chance to pray for family and friends, including those in special need at the moment. You know who you are and we are thinking of you. We are confident we don't need to speak the local language to be heard.
Today we went back into town, Pete is now driving around like ...
... days where we didn’t have to think about getting bags from point A to point B.
Dinner was at Annemie and Gaby’s then they drove us to Izegam where we were staying for the first two nights with Arnold and Ria in their beautiful home.
Thursday 19 July
After an amazing breakfast prepared for us by Arnold and Ria, we drove to the beautiful little town of Damme, with its colonnade of tall trees skirting the canal. Arnold was ...
... someone else cooks it though isnt it??
Peet and Miek, some old time dutch hippies ran the place. Peet built all of what you can see in the photos with help from Miek who took care of most of the cooking. They are both yogis and spend all of the winter months in India.
enjoy the photos.
... a lot.
Werewolf- One of the two main roller coasters, and a lot of fun! It was a wooden one, and had some very steep hills, sharp turns and rolling bumps that made you feel like you were flying out of your seat. The first time we rode it, there was a huge line. Walibi was almost line-free for the entire day, with waits of five minutes maximum for everything, except this one time, when apparently everyone in the entire park including us decided they wanted to ride ...