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Travel Blogs from Tournai
We survived a night of thunderstorms and set off mid morning for Belgium. Our small neighbours also survived the storm and it became apparent that they had come a long way in a very small Hi Jet van. We filled our tanks and jerry cans with cheap diesel (under a pound a litre) before we left Luxembourg. The plan was to go to Mons, but a quick look on the website of the motorhome stopover showed it as undergoing a refurbishment, so we decided to go to Tournai instead. ...
This was a day I had been dreading. We had to get up at 4.40am and drive to Edinburgh airport having been unable to check in online. Mike had to drop off the rental car with out anyone around and I was organising the check in. It was a disaster. Our names were incorrect in the system and the conveyer belt broke down. We were on our way to Paris via Birmingham. The flight left late and we missed our connecting ...
... on the vhf where the next stop was and she said there arnt any. So tournai it is for the night. With very few locks and big river we will make great time tomorow. Our course takes us through Gent rather than Brussels as there are less locks. I May come to regret the decision but I had to make one so this is it. i was hoping for a proper marina like the one we passed an hour ago. I could use a shower and the ...
... chance he was
somewhere on the Autism spectrum. This was a really great and unique
opportunity for us to really advocate for him and I think he felt
that we understood him more and that increased his bond with us. When
he left at the end of the day, he actually cried. Broke both our
hearts to see him go.
Day 5- Tuesday
started off on an interesting note....I was in a group without Sarah
or Joan and it was probably a good thing because I'm not sure I ...
... boy’s mind and what he would like to come to life… hence the naked ladies in the story hahahaha. I am surprised she actually said it.
Good laugh for sure..
Thursday: First half= Play and Playfullness. Switched between lecture on playing (main occupation
for children and actually very interesting books and references brought up from teacher- very nice) and then actually playing. Part of this playing involved using every-day objects to play and how ...