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... until I was already there.
So the one time I did look forwards, I was looking right at some naked guy walking up from the water.
Yep. I walked straight into a nudist beach without knowing.
It was certainly...interesting...
Thankfully it only lasted so many hundred meters, and then I was back in clothed beach.
And the walk continued. All in all, I think it was about 6km that I walked, ...
... at Langemark called the 'Student Cemetery'
- visited the famous Tyne Cot cemetery - the largest commonwealth cemetery - at Passchendaele and saw the New Zealand area
- Saw the New Zealand memorial
- Nathan took us to a garage to see his own collection of World War One memorabilia, including a lot of old weapons and unexploded shells that had been found on the land
- went to see some original trenches, craters, artefacts and bunkers
- the ...
... She lamented about the waffle store 2 stores down because people come in with chocolate and whipped cream on their fingers and touch the beautiful lace pieces. She was clearly distressed about this. She explained that lace making is a nearly a lost art. Modern homes don't want to starch and iron pretty lace tablecloths, and the girls and boys of today don't want to make it. However there is a lace school here in Bruges and Lily wants to ...
... hotel. Robyn found it on Trip Advisor and the only way we found where it located was by looking at pictures where the alley was between two stores. They had a huge selection of beer including their own call Tripel de Garre which is what we had to drink, it was quite good.
Tomorrow we are going up to Brussels to see Grand Place etcetera. I still haven't found a belt but maybe I can find a Kohl's near Grand Place.
... then drove into the town centre and went for a walk. There was a Marina with hundreds of boats/yachts. At then end of town there was a canal with a lock and a huge yacht was coming back into the marina. It was great to see the lock open and flood the canal to bring the level up three metres then the bridge was raised and the yacht passed through, Drove back to Brugge and ended up having burgers for dinner as nothing seemed to be open Sunday ...