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... a drive through Antwerp and Ghent), but she also told us our hotel was in the middle of an overpass. Not helpful, Jane. We ended up going to city center and finding a tourist info desk to ask for directions. Turns out, our hotel was practically impossible to find. But never fear, we did eventually track it down, and it wasn't on the overpass. Our hotel is pretty fancy and has a restaurant. We ate dinner there last night and it was awesome! Well... I ...
05:00 Leave for river to observe marine biologist as they catch and tag juvenile sharks
09:30 Personal time and research work
14:00 Mangrove nursery preparation and care, seed collection and planting and reforestation work.
16:00 Project presentation
09:00 Land based work relating to any aspect of our ...
... having a grand time.
-I told Laura that I was getting hungry and she wisely said let's stop at the next opportunity.
-We stopped in the town square and found an unlikely place to eat of the choice available. I was surprised that Laura picked this cafe.
-It turned out to be good and I definitely won with ...
... next to a beautiful church with it's own fields. At once setting off in the quest for knowledge and fresh experiences we totter into an art centre run for blind locals and full of strange conceptual art. No other shops in town except a bakery about to close for the day and a weird art gallery with a nude female figurine by the entrance wearing only a gas mask! The restaurants however look more ...
... to the lovely staff at Tivoli Gardens (a special thanks for my exclusive ride in the noddy ambulance). As you might expect I'm quite embarrassed about the parts that I remember, and the photo that I don’t.
Our night train from Copenhagen to Amsterdam was a completely different experience from the ones we used in Croatia. Not only did we have seats, we had working plugs, in-built alarms, windows that opened, and bed linen ...