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... extensive and used to extend into Belgium and all together was over 200km in length. During WWII 15 people were able to escape Germany using the caves. Back to Gemund now to repack our bags as the weight limits on SAS are quite restrictive and we are going to have to make use of all 4x23kg checked baggage and all 4x8kg cabin baggage that we have between us. Hopefully Gav's ALDI baggage scales will weigh ...
... doesn't drain fast enough for W. Lovely towels and Maria provided custard tarts, water, tea and coffee....very nice! Once we unpacked a bit we walked up Rua Seculo and had supper at 10:00 at a local restaurant called Tas'cardoso at Rua do Seculo # 242.... Very small, maybe 10 tables with very friendly servers....we had steaks and potatoes and salad withTinto Verde red wine...met a charter crew from Bergamot...everyone is so friendly .....a really fun ...
... but you get used to it knowing that the holiday only lasts a few weeks.
- from the cities we visited, probably Bergen was the nicest
- but all places we were had something special
- people live in the most amazing places, even most desolate places.
Anyway, we good home safe after a very nice holiday.
Hope you all enjoyed the the blog, because here it stops....
Maybe some pictures of the last day will follow, maybe not
... br> Receiving the scholarship that is making all of this possible, was by far the best news I have had this year, and I plan in every way to make the most of this mind-blowing opportunity I have been given.
That's my intro, and very very shortly the rest of my story will start to unfold.
Tune in on my journey that I dub 'The Future Life' and stay tuned as I unravel each new experience post-by-post, almost as if you're joining in on a game of 'pass the parcel'.
... on the bill.
Urination station signage: I don’t know who thought these up but the illustration was classic. I wish I had have taken a photo but from memory it was one of the standard toilet type signs with a male figure standing side on with his hands on his hips and a steady stream projecting in front of him. Maybe in Belgium they have that much accuracy without having to hold, I definitely don’t have that talent!
And that is ...