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... br> I was trying to show something specific with my next photo (pic 7). Something that I’ve noticed for a while now. The “Masters” stand out. Place two pictures of similar themes next to each other and it becomes very obvious who the better painter is. At least, it is to me. That sounds kinda pretentious I know and it’s not always the case. Sometimes I miss one of the greats and sometimes one of the less known names surprise ...
... country smell” in Holland was caused by the abundance of cow manure. In Belgium I spent some time in the triangle Brugge, Gent and the town of Lichtervelde.
Buzzing around the country side, you can’t help but noticed that the major income of this area comes from the raising of pigs as the air is pungent by the smell of pig manure.
For people “doing Western Europe” Belgium is a must; there is nothing really strange about it...except.... ...
... whole thing up. It came with vegetables and a small salad too. Both lovely. And we, ok mostly me, had some salted caramel ice cream. And a great bottle of red
And so to bed
Thursday April 30
After we got up and breakfasted, we had to pack up, alas. It was pouring rain but we figured that was appropriate as we were heading up to see the Vimy memorial and some of the battlegrounds. Since as far as we have read, it seems that most of the soldiers ...
... mainly. The last 10km into Ghent was a bit busy. For a vast majority of the ride we were on wonderful wide, smooth bike paths which made the 89km seem rather quick and relatively easy. Ghent is a very old city going back to at least the Stone Age. Now it is a port / uni city with over half a million people. First impressions during our afternoon wander were good although the drizzle keeps coming. Fasta pasta for ...
... of headstones and so many of them
unknown. The sheer magnitude of so many young people who gave the
ultimate sacrifice for future generations freedom and this is just one
of many cemeteries. The walls at the back were covered in row after row
of names of missing men. This was a very quiet solemn experience, but I
glad I got to see it.
We then headed back to the bus stop, we
had a thirty minute wait for the bus, in the freezing cold. ...