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... checking the Visitor's Books at each cemetery to see if we can come across any evidence of the North High connection visiting the same places we have been. This was all we could do of our tour (Flanders Fields Museum in Ieper being closed on Mondays and we have visited the Menin Gate twice for the 8pm service) so we followed Bob Shaw's recommendation and headed towards Poperinge to see the Lyssenthock Cemetery. This was a real highlight of our day. Our visit began in the very ...
... time Therese's treat, to celebrate Uncle Godfriend's birthday.
First we went to their house, where Uncle G made Picon, a drink with Picon, champagne, Grenadine, Triple Sec and all stirred with these funky camel stirsticks. They were delicious but I imagine could be deadly and I think I even felt the one that I had, but was still able to drive (at least better than the others) as I was the DD again. I think Uncle ...
... blond brew from Bruges and it was very tasty. Kevin is hysterical because he was terrified to come on this trip but now that he is here he is loving every minute. He ended up getting a beer called Kwak which comes in a glass the shape of a wine decanter attached to a wooden handle. The taste was like no other beer I've ever tried so that made it even that much more exciting. Good decisions.
Our original plan had been to have a drink here and go back to ...
... blaring and a group of no more than 10 people started to dance in unisine. Everyone in the market square rushed towards this small group to watch. After the first few minutes of dancing a whole other group of people ran in and joined them. At first I thought that this must be a dance that the whole city knows and people were simply gaining the courage to join. Why wouldn't I think that? Just the other day 50 Greek men stood dancing and singing together in that same spot. Another ...
... fuel (yep, still at €5 but worth it i think) and settle in to relax with the tunes.
The more interesting and alternate people of Bruges seem to call this place home - and then you can tell who are the newcomers like me - wandering in with their mouth open in awe at what surrounds them - but everyone settles down to enjoy their comfortable and pleasant surroundings and slowly sip the night away....
Upon leaving, i was greeted again by Willy, who was keen for me to ...
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