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... keep getting pulled out! This morning one of our friends decided she was missing out on some of the discussion - she has bad hearing and wears a hearing aid. It is one of those modern ones which has a microphone attachment that she can place somewhere if she needs to hear something specific. She has given them to the guides so she can hear what they say wherever they are. Anyway she thought it would be a good idea to give it to Mr S and I. Oh dear. As I said ... No good can come of ...
... is simple to catch on to, good thing because Belgian beer is strong! Also, on another random note, we had the best chips of life, they are Lays "Bicky" flavour. It tastes like a burger! It's so weird, but taste soooooo good.
Overall great first full day in Belgium! Amazing food, company, and I even got to skype with my sister for a bit too! Happiness is everywhere here in Belgium, it's such a beautiful place, with very kind and curious people. Also, on a random note (this ...
... club as it was so hot and we do not have a bimini to give us shade as we are going along. We decided it would be worth paying for another night with electric so we can use our electric fan, as it would be unbearable without it. The harbour master greeted us and guided us to a pontoon and once tied up then asked us for €15 which we thought was a bit steep, but it did include electric and showers. Water was free if you only wanted a ...
Kortrijk, otherwise known as Coutrai, a lovely old city found along the Lys in western Flanders.
It is a facinating town rich in history and lore.
"According to archaeological discoveries, people were already living around 1500 B.C. where Kortrijk stands today. But there was no real colony before Roman times.
First century A.D.: the Gallo-Roman colony called Caroticum came to the light. It was settled on the borders of the Lys river ...
... from Nottingham to London. Go figure. Like all international travel, air, sea or land, the seats did come with obligatory screaming hild in the adjacent seats and I was ready to throw myself off the train by the time we arrived in Brussels a couple of hours after leaving St Pancras. Mercifully, the screaming infant was not travelling onwards to Bruges, so we were able to enjoy the Belgian countryside (flat and ...