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You guys. You guys! You know how sometimes a place is known for something. Like, for example, how Belgium is known for chocolate? Well. It's for good reason. Holy hand made dark chocolates, Batman! We have spent the last two days in Belgium in a small city called Bruges. Sometimes spelled Brugge, and occasionally, though not often, spelled Brugse. It is a historic medieval town that apparently looks almost identical to when it was first built. We decided ...
... quits and head to the chip stand in the main square. The best
thing about being up late at night whilst travelling is you get unimpeded views
of all the attractions and more often than not they look even better, so with a
punnet of chips and mayo and bellies full of beer we enjoyed the serenity of
Bruges completely alone.
Night over it was home to bed in the squeaky bunk aware of the early start we had for
our train to Amsterdam.
... his calling card in front of me, and engage me in conversation.
Nowell was introduced and immediately took to the role took on the role of my protective Big Daddy, and sanity was restored, although the general tittering continued for some time.
I do like to provide amusement where possible.
It seems that this Belgian Beer is stronger stuff than one might imagine and has a marked effect on the eyesight.
... some day, and explore certain places again in more depth. But for now, I feel very satisfied.
Here's a little list of all my homies. We had a big group! Love you all!
-- Trip Leader (TL) - Betti
-- Coach Driver (CD) - Eoin
-- The Muskaqueers: Dylan, Joe, Jerome
-- My favourite twins: Paige and Grace
-- The Kiwis!! - Dan (Din) and Erin (Eeearin)
-- Wagga Wagga - Zac and Steph
--My friends from Texas! .. ...
... for the Fremantle v Geelong game. I wish I stayed in bed! After the flogging I went for a walk into town and checked out the church which claims to have a phial containing Christ's blood (Basilica of the Holy Blood). I'm a bit skeptical but there were lots of people willing to line up to pray with it. I went to the Belfry (Bell Tower) in order to climb it, however the line was very long (and it cost 6 euros) so I gave it a miss. I decided to go for a run, as the local ...