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... it's probably good they're not in Aust because we had to go twice in our 4 day stay for their waffles and icecream, yummo.
Our biking day, took Ross, Matt, Mike and Jen along the canals and into the Netherlands to a town called Sluise, apparently quite a sight to see, really beautiful, but Helen and I spent our on a paddlesteamer to a nearby town called Damme, very lovely but still in Belgium. Really lovel scenery and a great ...
... there over the border to Sluis in Netherlands. Then we went north to the beach to the richest town in Belgium, Knokke- Heist. This town attracts rich people because they have great tax rates. Apparently there are four governments in Belgium in charge of three regions plus a Federal Government. This means that taxes vary region to region. Interesting since Belgium is quite a small country. Tomorrow I am off to Cologne, Germany. Looking forward to ...
... some very expensive yachts close to the heart of old Ostend. We walked up oone of the main shopping streets, which lead to the sea front. the sun was shining and it was apleasure to be out and about. We joined the main promenade, a wide paved area adjacent to the beach. Children and adults alike were enloying a wide variety of bikes, trikes,and every concievable form of pedalled transport. Thankfully the space was large enough for all ...
... and we're off again. We find the oldest pub in town and try 3 different beers. they have 25 different ones. One of the beers was a raspberry and honestly, it was like drinking soda pop. Not beer tasting at all and not that wonderful but I can imagine that it might be popular with some women. maybe it's what they start the kids on to learn to drink beer.
Before long, we've made a circle around the parts we wanted, have seen many of the same things ...
... with one another in a meticulously maintained park. This city, too, had canals, but on a saller scale- with many more swans. Everything was so picturesque- almost unreal- as we wandered through the streets looking to see whatever we could. Naturally, our first stop was a chocolate shop named Pralinique (or something with a P, anyway) where Anna and I stocked up on a shared supply of gourmet delights.
Blood sugar levels ...