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... shops and eight hairdressers, but not one coffee shop. Found a baker though and had a nice ham and cheese bread roll and an almond croissant. Good fuel for cold days. Comines had the biggest and flashiest Town Hall for such a small place we'd seen anywhere. The Cathedral was pretty special too, but what about the caffeine addicts shop?! We then hopped on a great off-road cycle path (must be out of France) nearly all the way to Ypres. About 5km out Wendy made a ...
... better than televison any day.
It had rained hard overnight and was a bit cooler in the morning. The boat lifts started taking barges up soon after 7.30am, but the visiting part did not open until 9.30 am and for once we were one of the first people to go in and buy our tickets (6euros each) and ascend 8 floors in the little lift to the top where the engine rooms are. It is the ...
... in life that make the back-packer happy. Clean clothes are amazing! Wednesday 19 June 2013: And I got to sleep in, oh my goodness! So incredibly happy. We just lazed around in the morning and I skyped with my sister. This whole time that I've been traveling I have understood that many of the people I meet and the friends I make are fleeting. No matter how lovely they are, everyone had their own lives and my real friends and life are in Australia. It was so nice to talk to ...
... were numb for most of it and my eyes were watering from the elements. Nonetheless, I loved it, as I explored more country roads and went up and down the country hills, sometimes surrounded by corn fields on both sides. Once home, Aunty j. took me to a local patisserie and we bought breakfast - croissants, pain au chocolat and pain au raisin. Back home, we washed them down with coffee, eggs and more cold cuts. The pastries were SO ...
... gathered materials from nature and made our own
designs on a piece of photo paper and, in the dark room, learned how
to capture our images in black and white. I really enjoyed this
activity and wished I had an entire day of it.
Day 6- In the
morning, I went to a class called “Autisic Me,” curious what kind
of take this session would have on autism and interventions. I was
pleasantly surprised to find out the instructor had a strength ...