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... speaking) regions of Belgium as well as the small German-speaking section, the differences in languages in Belgium, the Netherlands and France, as well as differences in accents.
There is for example a Walloon accent. They are native French-speakers but there is as accent noticeably different from the French accents (of which there are several as well). This seems to be fading now under the influence of nationalized and ...
... to Bastogne but he's almost running out of diesel. I ask him if he knows what happens if you run a Diesel engine out of fuel. He says 'yes, it'll be hard to start it after'. Well, yes, that's putting it mildly. Luckily, where getting close. All the way I'm thinking what I'll do if he runs out. I can not just leave him. But it's really not my problem either. I just hope we'll make it. We do. I'm very happy to get out of the car. I find a campsite ...
... don't know why but I wave back. Turns out there was somebody behind me. We have a good laugh about it and it's the start off a nice evening with bbq. I was early in La-Roche-en-Ardenne and first I thought I should push on. The reason I didn't is that it's such I nice town. It's just that I'm feeling bad about stopping early but I have to realise that I also need to enjoy ...
... had a long chat with him. Post race, met several Aussies (From Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide) and celebrated for a while before joining the traffic chaos. Took more than three times as long as it should have to get back to Malmedy. Needed the police escort the Red Bull convoy got! Back about 7.30pm. Overall, great day, fantastic result and memories that will last a ...
- company: Olivier, Achim, Gege, Gluteus, Josele, Laure, Luis
- coolness: ***
- difficulty: ***
- length: take your pick
- asphalt: good
- traffic: beware the Belgians
- do it if you like: other human beings
Interesting weekend in the saddle, I dare say! The biggest group of cyclists I've ever traveled with (see fig. 1) started day one ...