Ramada Plaza Antwerp
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Today we set off for Antwerp, which is to say we got on a train for half an hour so as to have a day-trip to the city. It's a very nice city to walk around, though it lacks the charming canals of Ghent and Brugge. If I were to recommend a visiting order for those planning on seeing all three cities, I'd say do the opposite of what we did. With each city (Antwerp-Ghent-Brugge) you go from a greater to a lesser intermixture of the modern with the old. Going in ...
... his seat. It was a bit of a bummer because I was really looking forward to watching him race. MX 1 qualifying was awesome. There was lots of hard battling going on with Antonio Carolli leading. In MX 2 there was a Kiwi rider named John Philips. He was riding for Team Dirtbike Gym. He was a really friendly guy who rode really well. Unfortunately his tyre blew up in qualifying and he got the worst gate pick for the ...
... over at
Singapore - the airport there is amazing.
It took us 15 mins just to get across the terminal from our landing gate
to our departure gate. Again the plane
left on time. We arrived at sunrise
(about 6.00 am) in Helsinki, Finland.
What an amazing touch down with snow everywhere. Yep first time to see actual snow! The city was covered in it and the runways
were cleared with snow ploughs. We had a
2 hour stop over - the airport ...
... need to be willing to explore a little. I mentioned that Brussels was dirty but I should add that it is also very pretty…does that make sense? Just needs a little dusting, well, a lot of dusty and gum removal but haha the buildings are actually quite nice, reminds me of a shorter version of Paris actually and of course the Grand Place is just simply amazing. The museums there from memory were a lot of fun too and the place is ...
... courtesy of the Chief Engineer and a fire drill this afternoon with a make believe fire and casualty in the engine room. We were observers for the main part but from the deck. We had first hand experience of the emergency generator being fired up (made by Caterpillar – it is about 2 metres high and 3 metres long, so a chunky bit of kit) and it makes quite a racket when you are standing beside it.
As you can see, we have had quite a day today ...