Travel Blogs from Ghent
... arrived for our first night at the HIE Ghent just after 2pm. Them went for a drive to the Graslei area of Ghent to get a bite to eat. The boys (& mummy) finished off the day with a 6.50 euro ice cream! Yum!! While daddy enjoyed a couple of pints of ...
... 1 day
- Kanchanaburi: 1 day (River Kwai)
- Ko Samui: 2 days (including Ang Thong National Marine Park)
- Khao Sok: 3 days (elephant trekking and trip to the Cheow Larn lake)
- Krabi: 3 days
- Ko Phi Phi Don: 3 days
Feel free to share your experiences or any advice on what or what not to do!
Mike & ...
Aiden and Caleb both agreed that the best castle we saw in Europe was the castle in Ghent. It was pretty impressive and inside were rooms of weapons and torture instruments, which I'm sure swayed their opinion! Jim had the pleasure of being called on to participate in a street performance and one of the most interesting finds in Ghent were the portable urinals, which I think they should employ for the Stampede back ...
... with Topsy and Tim, her name is Tansy and she is the same age (hence the confusion about twins or triplets). And finally, while they are in Belgium, they go into a grotto, not a cave or tunnel, but similar to each. So, feeling very validated, I scanned the two books into the iPad for our trip. Bryn has greatly enjoyed them, and I've read them repeatedly with her since we left Sabrina's house.
I realized when we ...
... m sure a gargoyle must live there.
I found a nice place to sit down by the water and pulling out my map I
advised a Japanese guy how best to get back to the train station. I felt so
awesome. I hadn’t really been able to do this until now because I’d always been
the one lost.
After realising that I was sitting on the bench shivering quite a while
later I decided to slowly make my way back to the station so ...