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... to fight our way through to get in, and then the floors and the rest of the facilities, shortened our prepaid two night stay to one.
Hence the move to Dunkerque. The site was nice, near the beach, although we weren't bathing, and the facilities were clean. But its still winter here, the blocks aren't heated and the entry/exit doors are wide open. Its between 2-4 degrees outside. Wearing shorts, because the jeans were in the washing, I headed for the ablution block in the dark ...
... a sweep for the kids this week in my class. I told the students that those working hard would get to choose their country first. The Year 6 students told me that I should just take one for the team and draw out Australia. I said no, I actually wanted a decent chance. So I was walking around watching them work and placed the bag in front of the hardest-working Year 6 girl. She was excited to be the first to pick out a team. And her country is …. ...
... all about town, costing only €7 each we thought why the hell not. The cruise was excellent; we saw a lot of the beautiful city including a familiar scene from the movie where Colin Farrell jumps out of his hotel’s bedroom into the canal. We had seen a lot of frite (hot chips) stands everywhere and decided to dig into some overlooking the canal for lunch.
One of our favourite scenes from the movie is set in the town square ...
... down !!.Had lovely day and our 5 o'clocks were friets and local beers in the market place. So European loved it. Home for rest and out later for dinner. Fogot to say we had few spots of rain today didn't last and still very warm. Another day to explore tomorrow everything here is so beautifully presented and shops full of such gorgeous clothes' shoes and home wares. Shame we don't have a container to fill. ...
... you never want to leave. The city was once really economically strong, now it's really charming. However, if you go, you will be sharing it with tourists. Bruges is well discovered, even if other parts of Belgium are not. Still, it's the kind of place that you don't mind being a tourist. Once called the Venice of the north, it is filled with canals, swans, windmills, and post card perfect houses and bridges-most romantic for ...
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