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... history fixes please don't assume that I think many of you are unaware of many of the facts. I know that you are but wrapping it up, helps me in reflecting on all that I have seen and learnt.
And so, to Antwerp in my next blog. I visited briefly on my last trip four years ago and did a similar half day look around. I intend to have a rest day/evening and a good look around. It has this old world charm and this city abounds in what appear to be ...
... dinner but when I went down Tristan was making pumpkin soup. So I helped him and then started on chicken rolls and zucchini and potato.
Bruno and Michael returned and said they had a good day, but like all things, it was two steps forward, and one step back. More problems encountered.
We had dinner at a reasonable time and then I did some ironing. Bruno and Michael and Tristan played cards, while listening to Daniel and Lowie playing their lastest ...
... you know what I mean. I always try to get something special. Some memory of the trip that reminds me of my time there. I didn't succeed. Sure. I could have bought bell peppers. Ugly pottery. But really: that's it. The people in Hungary used to be proud. Inventive. Creative. Now they dream of Mercedes. A cab driver took us to the airport. In a Mercedes. Probably a decade old. But a Mercedes. The driver was way in his sixties. He had lived through communism. ...
... man. After the tour we are to off to see Eric's dad, who is Bo's uncle Aad and Aunt Gerrie, to say our final goodbyes. Keeping in touch with Eric through email, we try and work out the what would be the best way to see the sights whether it be by car/walking or cycling. Deciding it would be weather dependant and we agree to cycle, so I get my 'fat tire bike tour' T-shirt out ready for another quality tour by a top tour guide. Rain and cold greeted us ...
... to take some pics (including a statue of Erasmus!) and also making good use of the free wifi whilst we stood outside Vapianos (THEY ARE EVERYWHERE IN THIS COUNTRY!) because Andre's wifi only worked on one of our phone's for some reason. Once home, we saw Nik again, who had two friends round, and chatted to him for about half an hour - both of us falling more and more in love with him by the second!! Then we crashed, ready for our big bike ride tomorrow!