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... want to see this!” he exclaims to
me as he shows them a metal tool and says “It is for my work!”. “Ah its lovely”
said the puzzled girl on the xray before turning her head away to smile.
Nodding Servet puts away his contraption and we headed towards a café
next to his gate. Buying himself a coffee and a hot chocolate for me he ignored
my attempt to give him a few euros “No no, you got me on the right train” and
... where 80% of the tomb stones read 'A soilder of the Great War - Known unto God', and also a War Cemetery in Passchendaele; We drove through the Polygon Wood with its cemetries and memorials; this was a place that saw a lot of action in WW1 where there was brutal close-quater fighting during all the Battles of Ypers. The final stop on the tour was a visit toa battle dressing station where the famous Canadian Doctor John McCrae worked duirng the war and where he ...
... magnified one-hundred-and-sixty-five billion times. You can even venture inside, so of course, we did, feeling as though we were shooting up turbolifts in the bowels of the starship Enterprise. The top sphere offered magnificent views of Brussels below and, we’re told, on a clearer day than that of our visit, you can see all the way out to Antwerp. After a morning stroll in a nearby park, orange leaves crunching beneath our feet as the foliage around us collects the ...
... try and find the same place we had dinner at the night before, which we actually managed to do! (Michael and Veronique picked us up at the hostel and showed us the way the previous night). He had more stoemp (you surprise nobody, Ben!) and Craig and I tried what Michael ate previously - slow-cooked beef stewed in a dark beer gravy with (surprise!) potatoes. It was everyone's last night - all our hostel friends had left that morning, which is why we didn't feel too bad about moving to ...