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... Belgium. Having never been to Belgium before, I am enjoying the differences that being here brings. While still obviously Europe, the architecture has changed again and there are more cobble stones and a greater cosmopolitan feel. They learn four languages here at school so everyone speaks English pretty well.
The hotel is fantastic and the bar is new and modern. We were all a buzz after our march and gig so it was a late ...
... so I went up amongst a group of old men dressed as carebears (really not sure why) and right as I posed for the camera the man dumped a whole bag of confetti on me!!! It went everywhere, down my shirt, in my hair and all in my mouth...it was terrifying. Luckily my friends took pictures of the whole traumatic experience...so enjoy.
Then some people went to climb the tower but I didn't want to pay so half of us ...
... full force of our jet wash, thank goodness. Isi was going to clean them anyway, but it was just a bit earlier than planned!
Isi did a few last bits of washing as most things just sweaty in this heat, so taking advantage of the weather whilst we can.
Isi also did some” passage planning” this morning because it is only just over 3 weeks to when we come back to attend a wedding in June and we have been told by ...
... We then made a discovery that the Menen Gate ceremony that we wanted to go to and that we thought was in Menen, was actually in Ypres, so our friends were not coming to Menen after all!!
We had had our usual drinks on arrival and had even put our sun parasol up for the first time this year as it was now 32° down below, we had had enough when the 3rd lot of people came and told us we could not stay. ...
... I disliked how covering all that distance in only four weeks had made me feel disconnected from the places I was visiting and the people I met along the way. While I like an organized tour from time to time, they always leave me feeling very touristy. They’re great for cramming in all the must-sees, but what about everything else? What about real life? Yeah, I do want to see the Statue of Liberty and the White House, the Smithsonian and Disney World, the French Quarter ...