Hotel Campanile Liege Luik
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... our overnight accommodation.
The following morning we will have an 8-hour bus ride to Tamatave/Toamasina, where the Africa Mercy is docked.
I'm pretty nervous for the adventure that lies ahead; but I am confident it will be an unforgettable and life-altering experience. An experience that wouldn't have been possible without the unwavering support of my parents, my employer, Mercy Ships Belgium and the not-for-profit organisation Acrima. Thank you!
To and Huget both had to go to work, so we had a slow start and then drove to Holland! Maastricht, home of André Rieu! Had a lovely day walking around the two market squares, the food and clothes market stalls and then had lunch watching the people walk by. No churches, museums or art galleries today. Back home for more chatting and snails for dinner. To is truly a great ...
... overlooking the battlefield, built in 1826. Topped by a bronze lion, commemorating the fact that the Prince of Orange was wounded at the battle. Fantastic views all around. Belgium is so flat, difficult to see where they got any vantage points from. Then we went to see the Panorama. An amazing art feat. Canvas, painted by a French artist in 1915, 100 metres long and 12 metres high, in ...
... with his hip, difficulty walking, we decided to stay inside, reading, sewing, Luke the proprietor said it will clear by lunch. But today is a recuperation day. Asked Bruce for a shopping centre, which he provided 23 km away. Lovely drive through mountain and farm roads, very scenic but a bit hairy when something comes the other way. Shopping great got heaps of supplies, water, body wash etc. Back to hotel where relax was the order, Jen sewed, John laid down. Went to ...
... he explained to us all about the towns stone and that they are so proud of the stone, not only is it used to build all the buildings in the town, it is also celebrated through am artist invitation every year. This has gone for 75 years, where the quarry gives 200 kilos of blue stone for an artist to come to their town an sculpt a sculpture in four weeks. The only requirement is they it needs to stay in the town for 5 years before it can leave. Many ...