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... dark… I desperately try to remember the right beer terms when he asks, "What kind of beer do you like?"
"Something light and maybe fresh?" I respond uncertain of how stupid my answer may be. With my response he turns and shouts "no problem" over his shoulder.
Just like that.
Leuven is self-proclaimed the beer capital of ...
... a lovely meal) we had a fantastic journey to Dover with the only hold up at the Dartford crossing. We arrived in Dover at 9am ready for the 10am ferry. John had a good snooze while we waited to board so he would be refreshed for the onward journey.
It was a very smooth crossing with lots of shipping to see for a change.
We were slightly late arriving in Dunkirk but then had another fantastic run to ...
... in Belgium. The good thing about Ghent (especially with kiddos) is that most things to see (government buildings and churches) are located within a few minutes walk of each other. I went to see the the Adoration of the Mystic Lamb in St. Bavo's Cathedral. This painting has been stolen and recovered several times throughout history. I believe it was mentioned in the book/movie Monuments Men. Off to the ...
... with our carpool. We figured we eat near where our ride would pick us up, but a limited number of restaurants were opened, and some that were open were not serving food, just drinks! By this point Harlea and I were extremely hungry and since we were both battling colds, our bodies were weak. We were able to find a delicious and modern restaurant called Volubilis and had warm soups and calamari!
We arrived in Nancy last night at around 11pm and now ...
... to people in vulnerable situations. She talked about how impairment was linked to diseases in many places. From Cambodia to the Romanian orphans in the 1990s to land mines and Rwanda in 1994, Handicapped International works with people all over the world who are at risk for extreme poverty. Removing land mines is one of their biggest projects (in countries that have seen war like former Yugoslavia), as she said every 2 hours ...
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