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... told us it. We then drove through France to get the ferry back to England. Once there it was back on another bus to get through to London to the hostel where it first started for the people who had been on the full 29day tour. Sarah and Ben, this awesome couple that actually got engaged in Switzerland during the tour, had decided they would stay in a hotel that night and couldn't get their money back from the hostel so I ended up taking ...
... fresh and clear morning. After the oppressive heat, humidity and pollution of Shanghai it was very refreshing. Wandered back to the suite and finished the food up with the view of the Frankfurt skyline. Epic. Packed up and wandered through Turkish town on the way to the train station. Surprisingly trains are so easy to catch. I thought it was a trap. It seemed too easy. No security. No border control. Nothing. Just jumped on the train. The only lesson learnt ...
... you get the idea! Heaven!
We went back to our room and got changed before heading out to the music festival. We had food in another square (better food this time!) then went off to the Zumba stage, where I managed to join in with the cool down. Then it was off to a quick tango lesson....I love Argentininan tango music, and Ci and I have been known to do a mean tango down the kitchen at home, but we didn't join in this time. A quick look at the folk stage, ...
... amp; I just about died.
We have been having awesome food, but so far what stands out the most is Flemish Beef & Tye had chicken in cream & Belgian beer..OMG! I think I have to make it when I get back home. I have thought up of a menu.
Entree - eggplant and garlic ravioli with dutch cheese sauce (I want to make my own pasta, will also be bringing back dutch cheese)
Main - Flemmish beef with mash and wilted spinach and ...
... the guide a voluntary tip; however, Andrew is oblivious to said awkward moments maintaining that we are on a strict budget and calmly walked away. Bruges was surprisingly more expensive than Paris- however, we thought we'd got a bargain with our dinner of mussels and chips for €10 each... we decided to keep it cheap by getting water... the bottle of water was €5. Andrew cried himself to sleep that night.
The following day, we spent some time sightseeing- ...
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