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... decided that it was pointless going on as we just couldn't get anywhere. So we turned around and barely needed to pedal as the wind blew us along which was a relief as we had all used a lot of our energy. We cruised along and then picked a spot where we could sit on the beach and eat our lunch and the girls played around, making slides in the dunes and getting completely covered in sand. We brushed them down and then headed to ...
... night in feels like a night out in here.’
After making our beds (and helping Joanna to change the mattresses so she could get a suitable firmness) we looked in some of Bruges’ shops and Christmas markets. We gawked around H&M and found some red and green knitted jumpers which would be good for Christmas, Weasley style. We might buy them in another city and wear them at Christmas time in Rome.
I was finally starting to get over ...
... out quite well. Being the wing woman for our HRiC logistic coordinator I feel the responsibility to answer the need for sleeping gear (to host the organizing team and our conference guest speakers), so I borrowed our family stash of sleeping bags and mattresses and ended up with, again, a lot of bags.... Gladly I have a ride today and driving from The Hague with three amazing doula's ...
... studied history at school I was bored out of my brain. This has been amazing to see buildings that date back 400 or so years.
We started planning Paris as we leave here tomorrow for the famous city that we have left til last to visit. This is pretty much the last big city in Europe on our trip so what a way to finish. Robert has found an apartment to rent on the outskirts of paris, so we just need to organise transport to and from spots and we will be fine.
4 countries ticked off the list!
As we headed into Belgium and clock number 5, there was still snow on the ground, much like Andorra, France and Luxembourg, and I haven't see double figures on the thermometer since we were in the Spanish Costa Blanca!
Entering Belgium by road, my first impression is simply that the service stations here are huge. This may seem a pointless piece of info to you when ...