Balladins Confort Charleroi
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... Selamat pagi/siang/sore/malam (Bahasa Indonesia) Sawadee krap/ka (Thai) Mingalabah (Burmese) Sabaidee (Lao) The thank yous Terima kasih (Bahasa Indonesia) Suksema (Balinese) Khawp khun khrap/kha (Thai) Chezu tinbade / Chezu ba (Burmese) Khawp jai (Lao) The currencies 1 EUR = 12.887 Indonesian Rupiah = 40 Thai Baht = 1.142 Burmese Kyat = 10.518 Lao ...
... pub with hundreds of Belgian Beers to sample! We eventually found our way on the shuttle back out to the airport, and even though unfortunately our flight was delayed a bit, we amused ourselves sufficiently in the lovely Charleroi airport. Eventually we boarded an exciting Wizz Air flight home, and landed in our Warsaw beds well past midnight... and all ready and refreshed for our classes Monday morning!! ...
... turned to hills.
Even with a map and GPS it remains dificult to navigate into and out of large towns and cities. This day was no exception and as I rode into the outskirts of Brussels I missed a junction and the GPS went crazy and steered me straight into the heart of the city centre, on a Saturday! The place was bedlam, with weekend shoppers joined by throngs of people attending a massive carnival and rock concert in front of city hall. Roads were ...
... literal meaning is “little man pees”. There are several legends and myths behind it. The one we were told was that this little boy put out a fire with his pee and saved the King’s castle, or something of the sort. But it’s Brussel’s claim to fame so we had to see it. It took us a while, but finally we found it. This thing was a midget little statue in the middle of nowhere. It was ...
... seconds; until he asks the all-important question of do I work here?? Conversation end, and I move to the second of the two deep trenches dug here to where a man is brushing away at a patch of earth, revealing the skeleton of a child.
There is an excavation site along one side of the river. Along it are two towers sitting atop concrete bunkers from which people can view the surrounds and look and informative plaques (in Flemish and French). Originally a wall for the city ...
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