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... as it took just over an hour before we eventually got through. So much for our early start, with breakfast on the way. This lock was a new experience for Steve as it had rising bollards and as we went down it left a fixed bridge to get out through after the gates lifted.
At the next lock we had entered Flemish part of Belgium where we had to buy a license €40 for 4 months (€25 2 years ago!) and then through 5 of their ...
... visitors just outside the club house. The expected electricity and water didn’t work until eventually a man arrived to do some cleaning in the club house and he sorted them out for us.
Steve offered to go on the bike again for more bread (we are not used to 6 hungry mouths to feed and no shops nearby so reserves of part cooked bread had gone!) and apparently another 3 miles away! When it shows a supermarket ...
... once operational, permitted river traffic of up to the new 1350-tonne standard to pass between the waterways of the Meuse and Scheldt rivers. The lift increased river traffic from 256 kT in 2001 to 2,295 kT in 2006.
After that it was pretty much all new canal to get to our next marina at Seneffe.
Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella went for a little walk playing hide and seek, climbing trees and a treasure hunt.
After breakfast this morning Michel took us driving. The countryside is really pretty, green rolling hills with lots of milking cows, potatoes and beet crops. We drove through little villages and stopped at Le Quesnoy. There were markets in town so the Main Street was closed. We got out and went for a walk around the fortified walls. Our walk took us up and down, over bridges, through tunnels and near water. We walked through what ...
... is rich with history. We saw a huge castle nearby that is currently under extensive renovation. We took a nice 9 km walk along a small river which used to have a dozen water mills, now most of them have been converted to beer halls and restaurants. I was surprised to see a few little Shrines containing statues of saints or the Madonna and holy child along the path. It reminded me of the local Buddhist temples in Asian.
Romaine and and his ...