Travel Blogs from Namur
... not recognise hills, they do not follow contours so its striaght up and down... constantly and always so you can see the next few hills you have to climb. We managed 80 miles in the end, camped wild somewhere near Nevilles. Unfortunaltly about 20 of those miles were us going in circles, it was a very frustrating day.
... and took it to the town
of Jambes. It was worth a quick walk around, and then it was back on the water
taxi for the return trip. The highlight of the day was a visit to Citadelle
Namur. This historical site is a must when visiting Belgium. It is one of the
largest fortresses in Europe. Beyond its size and history it offers magnificent
panoramas of the city. After spending six hours in Namur, we caught the train
back to ...
... br> We were both drenched and cold on arrival at Dinant. We eventually found the town quay mooring after passing it the first time, then going back to discover where it was (still with the Dutch cruiser). After a large G&T and a change of outer clothing we went to find a supermarket and on the way we found a music shop where we bought a new set of strings for Isi’s guitar. We actually found the last 2 cartons of fresh milk in with the cream cabinet amongst ...
We started near the Cabaret and moved further and further and further.
Jeremy was our grass boss that day))) He told us where to put the grass and how much to put. He also helped a lot))
At first I was with my group of volunteers but then I lost them in the streets of Namur and appeared to be in a group of Namur scouts))) They all spoke French and it was cool.
They were younger than me and listened to ...
Before passing to the description of my first working day in Namur I want to write few words about our work camp.
The main idea of the work camp and of this volunteer program was to gather people from different countries, to show culture of Belgium and of course to involve volunteers into the process of preparation of the festival.
The festival "Namur en Mai" is held in Namur each year and people from many countries come here to present their shows and to entertain ...