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... right into town. It was a beautiful walk, under a gorgeous canopy of trees, with the canal meandering along with us. We stopped at a working monastery on the way, which was like a small village by itself. There were signs for silence all around, which of course meant we got the giggles but we managed to control ourselves and be respectful. Brugge is full of canals, which are ...
... the festivities, we were convinced that it was a celebration of the liberation of Belgium after the occupation of WWII. You'll see why:
We first started by walking through the park again, where a ton of activity was occurring. Free Belgian/EU flags, water bottles, pins and lanyards were shoved into our hands, so we donned them as Belgian families ate, drank, and celebrated around us. There was en entire exhibition in the park about US WWII ...
... She was very interested about it! We then walked up a main shopping street and we saw a mime artist making some balloons. He was whistling to attract attention.. Don't make eye contact I thought to myself. But no, I accidentally caught his eye and he wouldn't stop calling me over and whistling at me. Awkward. We went to the chocolate shop recommended by Pete and Shona, and picked up several goodies! And then to the soap shop, also recommended.. ...
... It was fantastic to listen to her travel stories and I was really glad I made it to Brugge. We both walked quite a bit and also found our way to the Lake of Love. While it was a beautiful location, wonder why the name :-) Brugge is a very cute city that none should miss if they visit Belgium. We also went for a Beer tasting session :P. And not to forget, we tasted Fries and Waffles too. I must add here, my mother was very upset that I did not try out waffles in Brussels. So I ...
... from the throne after a year as king of one of the clubs at Antwerp University. So I got a unique insight in to student life in Antwerp. On one of the nights we went to a cantus – a ritual in Belgian student life. I’ve uploaded a few vids below, but I’ll try to explain it. Hundreds of students, dressed in well-worn beer-stained jackets and sashes denoting their club and rank, sit side-by-side at long wooden tables in a ...