Elckerlyck Inn Hotel
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... the manager of one lodge, is the only African who I heard saying..."ask me anything, if I don't know the answer, I will ask my colleagues."
- Things I missed most, but of what I take complete responsibility...In the beginning of my contract I told my boss that I wanted to work in the lodges in the days that I had no safaris. Which is exactly what I did. So after 8 months, I didn't really leave anybody behind, cause I never had the time to make real friends. But ...
... and entered Stadhuis, to see if the museum was open, or closed because of the wedding. We walked around some of the shops, bought lace and postcards, and returned to the center. In front of Stadhuis, there was a '65 Mustang waiting to pick up the newly married couple.
We got a quick lunch, then headed back to the hotel. Anita, my grandpa's secretary from when he worked in Brugge, came to pick us up. With her, we drove to where ...
... of the most dreadful clothes.... both for sale and as modelled by the punters browsing.
A whole new level of tacky which made Primark look classy.
(Yes, Encarnita, honestly!)
It was gorgeous just meandering around the streets... the old houses are delightful, the small shops different and interesting, and the general ambience one of a leisurely charm. We decided to take a boat trip while the weather was sunny. Up and down ...
... strategy and planning - Mister, head of transport, maintenance and awning erection and me, Bruno the dog, head of security, communication and of course General Dogsbody. We feel better prepared than the first year, less clutter with unnecessary items discarded. Mister has assembled a Heath Robinson like contraption at the back of the van that enables chairs, tables and whatnots to be stored under the bike rack. You all know him as well as I, unfortunately, ...
... your camera just as you click to take a shot.
That said we managed to avoid them all and found a beautiful walk along the river/ canal to the railway station where we paid our money to go into the Ice Sculpture Festival, this was absolutely breathtaking ( and I am not referring to the minus 6 degree temperatures ) they had carved an amazing array of characters from Harry Potter and other things like the Ice Queen from the Lion, ...