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... Czech Republic, Poland, back into Germany, Netherlands and finally back into Belguim where we started from. We have seen so much and learnt even more. Today we drove two hours to Brussels where we took the car back. We have had a relaxing afternoon repacking ready for our flight to Dubai. ...
... apparently everyone but me and later found out Sharon, didn’t know cows could run. Might save those comments for Steve only.
Another early start for us, some breaky, tent down and we are off. We have another day of driving today until we make it to our bush camp. So driving stopped early as we have found a problem, so at the truck stop and then try and sort that out. We are not able hang around for the mechanic for 3 ...
20th May 2013
It is another damp cold day although it is not raining or freezing. We miss double glazing on days like this as our windows get full of condensation. Both of us are getting very desperate for a shower. Our immersion heater trips the electric and we obviously can't run our engine so we have no means of getting hot water other than by kettle. We are on a Town quay with no other facilities other than water ...
... the problem he said it all pointed to the pump not working to full capacity. John went on to the tourism shop/capitainerie to pay for last night and tonight and find out if they know of a mechanic - which they did. The lady phoned him and said he was local with 24 years experience and working with diesel engines both commercial and marine, so John booked him to come between 2 – 4pm today. He did not charge inflated rates ...
... and Flemish. The guide was not good at English but he provided us with a sheet of info written in English and a woman on the tour turned out to be a Londoner married to a Dutch Man and she helped out with some translation. The guide also managed to tell us some points in English too. There was lots to see with fine collections of arms and cannons, tableaus of the kitchens and troupe quarters plus a walk through tunnels and rooms giving an idea ...