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I'm here! My first week will be down after tomorrow and I've almost conquered my jet lag.
The kids are blowing my mind. Such maturity and brilliance. Talking to an eight-year-old is like hanging out with a fourteen-year-old.
1. A little boy (3rd grade) was so excited telling me about his bio chemistry unit in school.
2. A little girl made her own ruler to measure out objects in her drawing and shared how she's ...
... start of a good day.
Then we headed back to the tram, again filled with lots of college students, and tried to put our tickets in the machine. It wouldn't work. I asked a man nearby, and he said, all the machines are down, we're either riding free or all going to jail!!! We rode for free. I gave the two extra tickets to a student who uses the tram almost every day. Paying it forward just like the lady did for us. ...
... it so it can't be a typical thing!
Being the stinge that I am I had carried my snack shopping with me to all the pubs; fellow pub goers and the pub doormen were perplexed. Belgian people don't seem to eat when there is the option of more beer at their fingertips. My grocery shopping even got swung around the dance floor by a few people.
Off back to the hotel to have some of my snacks and we head back to the Netherlands ...
... train back so we looked through the stores which were there, got more chocolate and then rested in the lounge once we were allowed through. It was a relaxing ride back to London and with time difference we arrived just before 9pm which was good since we had work the following day.
Brussels was really cool. It was charming and quaint and for such a big city it didn’t feel anything like one. I would definitely go back!
Until next time,
Love Toni ...
... down and relaxed for the next two hours or so. I asked a lot about
Turkey and found out that when a man and woman get married there, the man must
go to the woman’s house and the woman must make him a coffee with a LOT of salt
in it and if the man can drink it then he is considered a man and is allowed to
marry the woman. Bizarre hey!? I also got to look through blueprints of Servets
textile machines as he tried to explain to me how they work.