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My last day in Brugge- wait I think I am having deja vu! I've already left Brugge once before on this trip.... But alas, it was time for me to continue on with my travels and go back to London. I wanted to go back since when I was there in October I was only there for one day and I didn't see anything since I was catching up with some friends I hadn't seen in 4 years.
The day started out with me needing to pack (yes I now leave this to the last minute), and I was lucky enough to be able ...
... half brother for drinks in a pub over looking the main market square.
Unfortunately, it was raining the entire day. It wasn't cold but the rain just makes me want to curl up in a ball in a hoodie. And guess what I never thought I would ever want on my trip? A hoodie! HA. I did end up buying one while I was out with Jaey, but it was just funny that as much as I love to plan and think things through so thoroughly you never really can plan ...
... also visited with one of Jaey and Djunas set of Grandparents, went to a cafe and Knokke's Christmas Market. The Christmas market was not as impressive as Brugge, since the town is so much smaller the market is also smaller.
In the evening, Jaey, Djuna and I relaxed and watched the Last Airbender. Nothing crazy today, it's been nice to be able to relax and be around people I know. :)
... in the evening after having spent hours of the afternoon riding about.
Our campground was a parking lot equipped for campers just at the southern edge of town at the pleasure boat marina. It was 20 Euro, which is an awful lot for a parking lot with no washrooms, but it was very convenient and did have electricity and free wifi.
May 10: Ghent
We have never visited Ghent before, and were very pleasantly ...
Working our way closer to the western coast of Belgium, we decided to visit Brugge. Brugge is supposed to be the most beautiful city in all of Belgium, and has tons of tourists visit it each year.
A great couch surfer, Martine agreed to host us for a few days while we visited her home town. Our first day out we wandered around letting the city take us where it wanted us to go. We usually do this the first day we are in any ...