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Travel Blogs from Oostduinkerke
... I walk up and assume they know english, and they always do. I was walking through the hospital museum today and got frustrated that the information was all in dutch, then I remembered I was in a dutch speaking region of the world. That's how prevalent english is everywhere; you come to expect it everywhere and are irritated when they dutch or french or german place you are in doesn't accommodate to your language, because everything so often does
... sharks play as apex predators on the health of their marine ecosystems.
- Help develop and plan ecosystem based fisheries management programs in coastal villages.
- To make an impact in shark overfishing issues on a global scale.
- Raise awareness on the unsustainable practice of shark finning and to enlist support in helping to reduce the consumption of shark products.
- Use our local and global resources to influence people’s attitudes, emotions, ...
... aesthetic. Eventually, the wooded areas give way to cobblestone streets and quaint buildings that suggest a time at least three centuries removed. The center of the city is even a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Maybe it's just an image that's upheld to maintain tourist interest (and it does interest tourists), but there's no denying that it's a beautiful environment to wander through.
After exiting the park, we stopped by the Begijnhof, ...
... wanted to give it a look. It’s a triptych, but small. It depicts people undergoing a bizarre variety of punishments. Some of it, most of it, actually, you can’t really figure out.
This was in the first room, so I went through the other rooms, the last ending with a Magritte; and then I went back to room 1 and looked at the Bosch again. It’s unlikely I’ll see it again in person.
I stopped at ...
... listen in the lead up to this trip, and fully intended – accomplished - and now are on the verge of telling you all about – how we visited all the relevant areas of Bruges (Brugge for all you Flemish carpenters out there reading this), giggled naughtily like your mom watching Chelsea Lately, then did our clumsy best to draw meaningful comparisons between that suspenseful tale of morality, redemption and stupidity and us wandering around in flip flops searching ...
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Albert I-Laan 141, Oostduinkerke | 3 star hotelfrom $141