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... talking with the barrista and she was very passionate about her coffee. She explained that some of the older residents have come and tried the coffee, hated it and never come back. But she was ok with that - her dream is to inspire the younger crowd to experience new coffee flavours and styles. In a city steeped with tradition, it is nice to see someone chasing their dreams with passion! Especially ...
... nearly blew us off the planet, but the view was stunning and they even had a beach house for us only trouble was it was so far off the beach we would need a trampoline to get into it.
Then we saw what i thought was a big tin on its side but was a art form not sure what it was suppose to represent then how he thought it up was beyond us. We were dumped into his backpack and away we went with Judy and that ohhhhh sooo sexy GPS guiding us to Brugge then next thing you ...
... on one knee in the middle of the choir and asked me to marry him. It was so exciting although I unfortunately turned into a bit of a teary mess. He had been carrying the ring around for the last three months in the door of Harold! That night a fairly large amount of champagne and Pimms was consumed with James and Adam playing photographer for us. We were pretty sad to leave London but now it will always be a pretty special place for us both.
Washing folded and I am ...
My last day in Brugge and Belgium for that matter, how sad! I was really enjoying my time in Brugge, and I was sad to leave. I knew I was going to spend the day in Brugge and just spend the night in Brussels before my flight to Italy. Once again in the morning, Jaey and I went out for breakfast. This time he wanted me to try a local type of sandwich (which now I cannot remember the name of) since we were eating a bit later around 11.
We walked to ...
... always looking toward downtown. Makes navigation a snap. Long, low 19th-century barges appear to have been converted into floating homes. No sign of life except the bicycles parked on the gangplanks. Turning toward the low sun to the west, the light reflecting off the canal is blinding and the beautiful 17th-century row houses which line it appear in stark silhouette. I haven't mentioned it yet, but the Belgians love their dogs, generally favoring small, pop-eyed ones, ...
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