LUX Ile de La Reunion
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... I know, every Australian that stays here says that". She showed me the room I'm staying, and was lucky enough to find a power point right next to my bed - possibly the only power point in the whole room. I put my helmet camera on charge, then went to the common area and had a cup of tea to relax. I asked the hostel manager what to do for dinner, but she wasn't very helpful, so afterwards I just went for a walk. As I approached the city centre, I could ...
... did get to find out what the secret was as it doesn't open until 2pm and by then I was hot, bored, tired and frustrated. The food in the park is awful. A few outlets sell bad frites and wafels at high prices.
My advice to Walibi would be look at ...
... let us stay in a small apt where her sister used to live in Bruxelles. (Bruxellex is the French for Brussels) so that we could directly go from Bruxelles to Bruges the next day.
We first visited the "Bourse" (stock exchange) where is the meeting place of Belgian financial world. The foundation stone was laid in 1871. There was a few small tunnels in front of the building. When people passed the tunnels, there was sounds (like water drops) ...
... might overload my quota, so if anyone has a special request please email me and I'll send it to you - if it's one of the ones I took. However, refer to my pics for further expletives - nice ones of course!
Ok, it was Friday so what do most people do on a Friday? Eat, drink and be merry. I bought a bottle of Belgian citrus spirit and had a few aperitifs before Loic (one of my flatmates) took me to a local pub which only served ...
... around the Somme.We were at the Menin Gate on Anzac Day and it was amazing to see all the wreaths from Turkey and the Allied countries as well as Aistralia and New Zealand sent to honour the day. The feelings of sadness futility and pride never seem to leave you after you have been there yourself.Thanks for sharing. The cemeteries are amazing not a weed to be seen. Love sharing the journey with you. Keep it up, Gloria and Bill