Chateau De La Poste
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... or involved in the exhibition hall and organising. Anyway - pretty big.
The day was pretty average - the most interesting talk was about Ebola- Rob Fowler from Canada (spoke at Noosa) was the WHO doctor who first responded (I think he was on a mission there, when Ebola broke out) - very interesting. I would have stayed watching the ...
... they were pretty good!
Am finally starting to get my bearings and don't get lost every time I leave the apartment. I've figured out where Paul is staying so I don't get lost getting there tonight!!
You should be here, Sally - I am struggling to get the front loader working. Think I am washing my clothes again instead of drying
Had dinner with Paul, Michael Reade (DAHLIA), Manoj, and a guy called Steve from ? The ...
We had a 3 a.m. wakeup call and were out the door by 4m. Off to the airport for Brussels.
We arrived in Brussels on time and a travel hint here: I did a little research and found that regional airlines were much cheaper but with lots of bad reviews. I checked with our friends who said that if we followed their rules we'd be fine.
I found info on all of the regional airlines and then checked each out, deciding that we would fly on Ryanair. If you ...
... It couldn't of been a more perfect day in the sunshine, we completely enjoyed it. (Slightly buggered) After we got back to skippy and had lunch, we decided to move on to a town called Neerpalt. Had trouble finding how to get to the spot on the canal, but once figured we spent the rest of the day lounging in the sun reading our ...
... the morning shopping in Kortrejk, nearest big city to Annemie’s, then home to talk to call Greg and Rachael on Skype and then out to visit Annemie’s parents house where we shared a birthday cake and coffee. All that and birthday messages from David and all my lovely friends from home made for a perfect last day in Belgium.
In the afternoon we set off with Annemie to visit the Australian war graves at Tyne Cot and then to Ieper, home of the ...