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... After we got back down, we explored much more of the city, wandering around the various squares and walking over to the Beguinage, a complex of buildings and a church with a very peaceful inner courtyard that served for hundreds of years as the living quarters and prayer-space of an order of nuns - and still does. Nearby we found a peaceful corner of one of the canals that traverse the city, surrounded by huge shade trees. Tucked into one corner was a quiet café where we sat ...
... that' s about it... When people ask me why I keep on going back to Africa, my answer is clear...because of the people...no I don't have an African boyfriend but I'm in love with African people. Their way of life, the no-stress mentality, the sense of humor and especially the fact that they don't have anything but big misery and still try to laugh it away with a big joke...all things I can not write down in words...and that's why I love Africa!
... and other meats. Her daughter was getting ready for a date, and the date came to pick her up. Jordie was his name, and he asked us about our trip and joked with us about activities in Amsterdam. They went out dancing, Anita, Jennie, and I finished our supper, and toured Anita's house. She built the house around antique doors she bought, some from the 1600's. She then dropped us off at the hotel, and we packed up for an early morning.
People watching in the square over a glass of Duvel wound the tempo down even further and made for a very pleasant break.
Spurred on by the Historium, we went on search of the Museum where Jan van Eyck's paintings are.
On the way to the Groeningemuseum, we took in the Beer Wall, the Tintin Emporium and a wonderfully trashy flea market... selling a strange combination of old beer glasses, and ornate religious ...
... partial to an occasional beer, Mevrouw positively foams at the mouth at the mention of chocolate or ice cream. As if on cue, an ice cream van blares into the campsite. There then follows the unedifying sight of Mevrouw, charging like a loose head prop, handing off small Belgium, German and Dutch children as she barges her way to the ice cream vender. I can't wait to see what she'll be like in the chocolateries of Brugge!!!!
August 30th 2013. ...