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... and shared a piece of chocolate cake, it as divine.
The crowd was growing for the tour so we headed over to join. There were a lot of people so we were split into two groups, we started off in the group with a male guide, there was a small group of friends that had been split between the two groups. We decided to change groups so they could be together. This ended up being a great decision. We know had a girl as our guide. She was quite ...
... a taxi at the other end. I initially agreed, as the easier option in a city I don't know, where I also don’t have the language. I wanted to go from the station to the central part of Brussels, which I knew was about half an hour’s walk. I had budgeted for eventualities such as this, so dismissed the immediate thoughts of the potential cost.
However, shortly after making the arrangement, the woman returned, telling ...
... them for the whole ride into town, and got heaps more advice, many laughs, and then we got a dinner invitation to come to their house the next night! That was so nice of them! We accepted, and exchanged numbers, and Steve even helped us to figure out where to go to get to our hostel, then when we got off the bus, we grabbed our bags and said goodbye to them. They were so nice! We went down to the metro, grabbed a ticket and jumped on a train out ...
... excess was as follows: I am a Canadian citizen, I pay taxes, my tax dollars probably fund the embassy, and therefore, I was only eating and drinking what I myself had already paid for). Another attendee has somehow invited himself for a ride, and now there aren't enough seats for us (the Belgian had offered rides to a few others as well). One girl offers to give her place up and take transit home, but I convince her not too. I know of somebody who ...
Trudging back I slid down against a wall and tried in vain to get a WIFI signal
on my laptop only to find that the only service was a paid service. Oh Belgium
you let me down already! That would never happen in the Middle
East….Reluctantly I brought an hours access for 10 euros (so expensive!), took
down a few notes and then went to change money. Changing money was such a
horrifying experience. I gingerly handed over my $100 Australian and nervously ...