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... smiling and giggling (which is the most important thing) and mini Phil is still chugging along!
Heading to Amsterdam tomorrow (Jess’ first time) and we are debating about whether to hire bikes. Knowing what we are like, I’m thinking it is probably better not to but then it would be quite hilarious.
Night night from Antwerpen.
Lots of love,
Ness and Jess ...
... eating, trying to remember to sit up straight, keep my elbows of the table, not scratch my fork on the plate nor drop it with a clatter. I managed to accomplish most of this while listening to the ensuing discussion, and keeping an eye on Their Excellencies to make sure I was eating at an appropriate pace. The staff, in true Alfred-and- Jimmy style (too much Downton, sorry), discretely topped up our wine and water glasses, bringing an Ittala carafe around. ...
... E) We could understand and (sort of) speak Flemish. That deserves street cred of some sort. Even though the hostel was actually more of a hotel disguised as a hostel (or a hostel disguised as a hotel - it's a is a zebra white with black stripes or black with white stripes situation), its one and only washing machine was broken. Since at this point I'd reworn most of my shirts, had run out of underwear, was on ...
... Budapest has a habit of boasting incredible buildings that generally have no significance. "What's that one?!" "Oh its just a supermarket, wait no, a hostel". It can put any Parliament house or museum to shame.
On the second day it was time for a massage. Unfortunately we lacked male physique and couldn't visit the hot baths, so aromatherapy massages it was. That night we got dolled up and went out ...
... lad taking a whiss that the locals absolutely love!) locked in some Belgium waffles (wasn't sold on the Belgian fritte or as kiwis call them....hot chips with mayo). Couldnt resist some chocolates though before the city really came alive in the afternoon. Enjoying a refreshing Kriek (Cherry beer) on the street side the street performers began rolling through....all manner of 'artists' one by one. The best was last as a gaggle of naked cyclists rolled by......which was ...