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... difficult to play well when there isn't enough time for a sound check or to warm the instruments. It is also quite easy to get flustered when we are rushing so much. The soloists did well though. I am always in awe of people who can stand in front of the band and play. Early to bed again, I am starting to feel like we are letting the side down!! There is a lot of wheat grown in France and Belgium and my sinuses are congested most of the time! Thankfully you can get good drugs over the ...
... and flavoursome and the strawberries were delicious. Yum! Feeling very full, we needed to walk off the waffles, so we headed off on one of the walks listed in the Bruges book Anne had lent us. The 5km walk took us along the canals, through the streets and to the city's windmills. Now that I've seen bonafide windmills, I don't need to go to the Netherlands! When we got back to the town centre, we headed straight for Cambrinus. It was a little later ...
... of my favorite times so far that we ate and just kind of talked and hung out. I am sure I kind of scared them with my being so fired up(Skip was sure I was on crack haha) but I think it was partly them who brought out that energy!
Basically this whole post can be summed in that I am very blessed not only to be where I am where I can appreciate lots of simple things but I am also blessed to have such great company here with me. :)
... later and John came too, and so we asked in the bar where the ladies showers were and she was shown the same showers/toilets as John. She had a quick lukewarm shower too. Strange set up as there were urinals in the room, so she was rather pleased the bar was just closing and most people had gone home.
We caught up with writing the blog and emails, chatted on Skype etc as the one good thing here is they do have Wi-Fi which we can use on the ...
... 1815-1830), Belgium gained independence. The industrial revolution increased the pace of infrastructure development: the railway and the canal Bossuit-Kortrijk had to secure the supply of raw materials. However, in the 19th century the Kortrijk region - in common with the rest of Flanders - remained a poor region. As a result, part of the population emigrated to the industrialized regions in Northern France or even to North America.