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... children and young adults. The Field Band Association uses music to provide nourishment for young, underprivileged children in different regions of Africa through music and dance.
The field band started the movement towards the gate with their traditional music (brass, sans trombones!, and percussion), and we followed. We then made our way up to Menin Gate for the ceremony of the Last Post. Every evening at 8pm since 1928, the last ...
Everywhere in Europe is so close to everywhere else in Europe. I find it hard to fathom that a three hour train ride will take you into a new country, where you don't even need to go through passport control to get in. The isolation of NZ makes you begin to think that any travel a) takes a long time and b) is a hassle. It seems it does not need to be that way. We got up quite early in Frankfurt and wandered down to town to find breads and coffee. ...
... der Paele. It's slightly comical (e.g., walking through the fake early morning fog or plastic snow), but fun and historically relevant. The public bath scene is particularly bizarre.
Another seemingly comical, but surprisingly informative, attraction is the Frietmuseum. The main floor covers the history of the potato, including related crop failures due ...
... what we were expecting is tomorrow, today’s events start this evening! Oh well, we might have to stay another night! Boats have arrived and we were asked to move up close to the one in front, and now there is one close behind us, so it will be difficult to get out of here even if we want to especially as there is a flow to this river.
We spoke to family on Skype which was lovely and quickly published our blog and newsletter before coming back ...
The oiriginal plan was to cycle to Gent.
However, I got distracted with the lovely countryside. After passing through Deinze, I found some interesting side roads that led past lovely houses, farms and small villages.
After cycling for some time, through these small roads, I chose to return to Deinze to have lunch. I bought some fresh bread, cheese and a beer and sat by the Lys for lunch. A perfect lunch on a perfect day.