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The day started with the usual breakfast selection of cereal, bread and a choice of 7 cheeses.
We travelled by charter bus to Ghent for our first rehearsal with other choirs of the commisioned piece for the 1000 Voices concert, a 60 page Penderecki written entirely in Latin. Today there were 300 voices, with choirs from England, Ireland, …
... I did 7 trips.
Kinderdijk: as we got closer, the weather got worse. By the time we arrived, while not a howling gale, it was certainly bleak and blustery. Ponchos essential. The umbrellas suffered in the blustery wind and will never be the same again.
Today, only 8 of the 19 windmills of the Kinderdijk remain and are now UNESCO listed. This complex of windmills ...
... It takes me quite a while as I'm still trying to respond in Spanish, the only one of the three that isn't really helpful here. Maybe Paris can cure me of it. We got off the train and stored our bags in a locker at the station and headed out on foot to find the historical area of town. We seemed to walk aimlessly for a bit, walking in a large circle, eventually coming to a museum which helped in locating where we were and in which direction to head. Then we found a canal ...
... a bit more around town, stopping at a pharmacy for some eye drops, then started to make our way back to the tram stop. But when we got there we decided we wanted to walk a bit more, so we kept going on foot, following the tracks so we didn't get lost. We thought when we got sick of walking we would just jump on at the next stop, but we ended up walking all the way back. It was a pretty chilly night, but it was fine as long as you kept moving! And it was pretty too, with ...
Maybe if I'd come to Gent before going to Brugge I would have liked it more but it was not comparable. It seemed pretty quiet when I parked below where the flower market is held on a Sunday morning (in the purple fish section this time). Even when walking to the main square it seemed pretty abandoned as none of the shops were open. Once I got to the main square it livened up quite a bit. I went into the church there and on my way out ...