Alliance Hotel Liege - Palais des congres
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Today I did some voluntary work in Liege. It was as at The eco-centre which is located in the Saint-Leonard area of Liege, at the foot of the hillside of the Citadel. Liege is the biggest city of Wallonia and the third city of Belgium after Brussels and Antwerp.
Our day started quite early and we are quite good at getting ready quickly, packing efficiently and getting going. It seems that this is an art that not many other people have down pat ;) We were heading for Aachen where Bryan had a business meeting. We arrived at the appointed time and left him to it while Annabelle, Ric and I explored the city for a few hours. What a delightful city this was and we were glad ...
... of mourning for the poor people that died in the Malaysian Airline crash a couple of weeks ago. Everyone was dressed in White and they released balloons in tribute to those that lost their lives. Another emotional experience. One thing that I find hard to get used to is the fact that it is legal to smoke marijuana here. They have coffee shops that are specially for people to go in and choose their marijuana and smoke it. What do you think of that? I was talking to a ...
... and breakfast, we arrived in Bankok. I got another seat next to the emergency exit and had sooo much space. It was awesome. I was sitting next to an Australian woman on her way to Europe and we talked about how different the poeple in our countries are and how my last year went by. And I started to feel good. Because I just realized once again: This was my dream, my perfect year without any difficulties, the best year of my life. And I will always keep that in ...
On Saturday we enjoyed spending some time in Masstricht, just walking around this historical city, which dates from the times of the Romans. In places, parts of the original city walls and fortifications are still present. The afternoon saw us take a relaxing cruise on the River Maas (from whence Maastricht has derived its name). ...