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... little Fiat.
-back to the hotel to grab our bags and checkout. Then into Brugge to take some pics amd tour the town in daylight. Was mobbed with peeps but found back alleys to avoid crowds.
-we were ready to leave but a bit hungry and found a great fuel spot. L had a salad that she loved and my sausages ...
... play together, so Karina and I joined the table again. At one stage, someone came in and asked "is there a Karina here?" We turned around, said yes, then Daren walked in! We hung out all together a while longer until all the drinks in the house were gone, so everyone decided it was pub time. So we walked down the street to a little place that is usually a night club, but apparently the club section was closed that night (well it is a Tuesday!) so we just sat at a table in the ...
... major I already knew much of the presented information. I would have liked to speak more to not what a supply chain is/does, but rather to how European supply chains differ from those that I have been studying.
The employees jumped on the bus with us for a tour of the Port of Antwerp. It was a really impressive facility, but the tour itself was a little difficult. I liked that some of the employees had never seen the port before, so they too had comments and input about some ...
... my thing, so we took our beers to the street with everyone else. This was cool, quite literally, and some guy decided to use the corner next to us as a bathroom so it wasn’t long before I decided that my lack of sleep was too much and bed was the best option!
The next day was our only full day in Brussels so we didn’t waste any time getting into it. After our ****** free breakfast (run by a very cranky man who only spoke to us in French), we headed to the ...
... with me.
Monday, August 20th started
with a meeting with Filip, our Belgian fieldwork coordinator. After
months of correspondence via email, it was really nice to finally put
a face with the name. Filip is an incredibly sweet man, whose
typically European round classes and soft spoken nature only make
you like him even more. For the better half of Monday, Filip gave us
a tour of Arteveldehogschool college campus, ...