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... 7 that we learned this. Up until then, we were wandering a historic center cluttered with beer, food, and craft tents, none of which were open for business. Nevertheless, we did see a bit of a parade, including a carrot-cannon, tried some traditional Ghentish sweets (not to my liking), and enjoyed a bit of street food and beer.
Woke up and had breakfast about 9 (cereal, toast, scrambled eggs and orange juice), then got ready and decided to go to Ghent for the day as it looked good on a map we got given, so went to the supermarket and picked up food for lunch and tea, then walked to the station and got the train at 12:18, and got to Ghent at 1ish. Walked 5 minutes from the station to a ...
... littlest girl
up who must have been around three and throwing her into the air whilst she
giggled. Another man who must have been a friend based on their happy greeting
came and sat with them and spoke to the husband and was playing with the girls.
I always find it fascinating how the men who are clearly great friends will
chat and chat and not once will the man look at the wife or even try to talk to
her. It is like she is completely invisible. She herself lowers ...
... a friend of Lynn’s. This consisted of more Big Bang Theory, but with drinking. We then migrated to Lisa’s dorm (Lynn’s friend), for more Big Bang Theory, and a whole bottle of some cactus flavored spirit and Red Bull. After a couple of hours here, Lynn and I headed back to Joke’s. Yes sleep was needed, because I had an interesting day coming up, I was going to class with Lynn…I know, strange, but shall be ...
... that nearly ran me over). I sat on the tram today – the driver just waited for a car to get out of his way. He didn’t ring the bell and gesticulate. Just patiently waited then glided off. And drivers are the same – they will wait. It’s all a bit weird. In so many places the normal thing is that drivers beep the car in front or the one blocking their path, to force them into driving out of the way. I like the Gent ...