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... is still used for this function. It is noted for a small monkey statue on the wall. No-one seems to know why it is there, but it is said that if you rub it, it will bring good luck. And additionally, if your rub it with your left hand, it will improve fertility. Rest assured, I didn't touch the thing with either hand, just in case!!!! (But I was quite alarmed by the people who did rub it with their left hands!). We viewed a tapestry in the ...
... But you know after dropping our bags off and walking around a bit in search of some dinner, the city really started to develop. We reached our first European Cathedral with fountains and shops in front of it and the realization of our trip's beginning sank in. Two thoughts on my mind after that were desperation for sleep and how much I couldn't wait for the next day. "We find after years of struggle that we do not take a trip; a trip takes us.” John Steinbeck, Travels with ...
our holiday didn't get off to the smoothest of starts, so we guess it can only
get better from here on in! Graeme was
sick on the flight to Singapore, and the six hour layover in the airport wasn’t
much fun sitting outside the men’s loo in the lounge – we think it was a touch
of food poisoning, not sure what the offending item was, but by the time we
boarded our flight to London, he was up and about, although a ...
... impressed myself with how fluent I finally became. Or perhaps it was simply my confidence that went up...?
As unimpressed as I may have been, it was a change that I welcomed. I always believe that too much of a good thing can sometimes be boring. At least I wasn't tempted with shopping for more shoes!
Here are the few images I captured in Brussels.
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... at the foot of our bed.
When we did venture out away from our lovely pedestal fan it was still sticking hot. We just managed the 2 minute walk to the market square, checked out the scooter boys and found an AIRCONDITIONED restaurant in which to eat. No contest when it came to choosing because no other place had aircon!
We noticed a group of 'alternate' life style people aka weirdos, sitting away from the main ...
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