Hotel Brasserie Plein Vijf
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... to cyclists. Local fare such as boterbolen (mini croquettes); ham and cheese broodje and Trappiste beer (okay that's Belgian beer, but we were very close to the border .... Mark, eat your heart out!). We also saw an amazing farm that went wild featuring gourds and pumpkins in the most elaborate autumnal yard art we've seen! We must bring some of those ideas home for Hallowe'en!
SusanJ & Chris
It was a stay close to home day. We had a lazy mornng, restocked groceries and waited for SusanM to arrive for lunch. Some went to the Phillips Museum in the afternoon, either by bike or by bus. It was an extremely well curated museum with lots of interactive exhibits, although it was a bit self promoting.
Pamela and Kathleen enjoyed ...
... for controls in, I realise that I'm still wearing my pack! Amanda isn’t...she’s learned her lesson from the first run. Possibly because of the extra effort I'm putting in I completely stuff up the first control. One I realise my mistake and steer us towards the correct part of the trail everything falls into place. We get control one easily...then cross a drainage ditch with the smelliest water EVER to quickly pick up a second. A short run ...
... with people. I was going to go to bed early but Andrew showed up and then the four of us ended up tentatively booking all our weekends. With Int. Comm. there are a few weekends I'm definitely staying home, and I'm trying desperately to go to Croatia and Bruges and Interlaken and Edinburgh, but it's all insane. And stressful. And all tentative. I have NOTHING booked solid and that freaks me out.
On a happy note - Honors class at 10 tomorrow!
... go on their holiday to France.
On Tuesday I am taking a train to Brussels where on Wednesday I hope to catch a plane to Bujumbura. This will be my fifth time in Burundi with LN and for the new blog readers I copied a little bit of information from the internet.
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