Hotel Du Soleil
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... or scientific work, on a needs basis.
14:00 Personal time for research.
16:00 Leave for river to observe marine biologist as they catch and tag juvenile sharks
09:00 Land based work relating to any aspect of our education, awareness or scientific work, on a needs basis.
12:45 Head to Dive Shop
13:30 BRUV drop followed by two shark sighting underwater surveys.
... moonscape, a wasteland of mud. Everything there now has been built since the war. It is estimated that for every square metre of Flanders Fields, 3 shells were dropped. The farmers find hundreds of unexploded shells, some containing cylinders of poisonous gas, 100 year-old grenades with rusty pins, as well as buckets of lead shrapnel, when plowing their fields every spring. The farmers pile these rusty
shells at the ...
... minute tour. The Half Maan Brewery is the only one left in the city of Brugge, quite small. They pump out some astronomical amount of beer. The old lady that was half Scottish can tell a story and rattled off plenty about the men that use to work at the brewery in the day. One story, the lads that work there get 7 beers a day plus wage. Yes 7 beers. And every Friday they would go to the pub across the road (owned by the brewery) and spend ...
When I knew that I was going to be moving to Brussels, I set out to find expat social/support groups, so that in the first little while, I would be able to associate with people outside the immediate intern circle. Although I haven't attended too many meetings, I receive regular email updates. A few weeks ago, they sent out an invitation to take part in a memorial weekend up in Knokke-Heist, a community on the North Sea. At first I was all for it, and ...
... of the city from the ramparts at the top, and it even houses a torture museum, with torture devices and images on display. And the canals of the city are lined by historic churches, guildhalls and houses. Many of them have been left to age and crumble naturally, giving the city a much more authentic and natural feel than Bruges.
The final city I went to in Belgium was Antwerp, where I couchsurfed with Yannick. He had just ...