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No matter where you drive, you always see wind turbines. Sometimes a few, sometimes fields or rows of them. As we drive towards these scattered locations, notice the fields have drying corn, others sprouts of green or some obscure green crop. Piled ready for collection are gigantic heaps of sugar beet and potatoes, enormous haystacks, even though there's limited livestock seen, and farmers busy ploughing, cutting, gathering.
... train had just left, and the next one was in an hour. A belgium lady also appeared on the station and made enquiries of the staff who were doing their best to remain hidden. As it was just us on the station, gravitated together, and as she spoke fluent english, we chatted. Continued chatting when we were on the train till we exited, she was continuing on towards Brussels. Pleasant way to pass the journey home.
... centre of Lille and then had dinner at a little bar near our hotel. Lucky the French speak English as we may have starved or eaten something we didn't want to. Lovely regional food and wine and being a local hangout it was interesting watching the locals converse and exchange greetings with each other.
P.S. The mistakes in the previous blogs have been out of our control, so please interpret the best you can.
... auberge de jeunesse, beaucoup cherchant aussi un logement avant l'année universitaire, contrebalançaient un peu tout ça. De manière intéressante, mon point de vue était partagé par de multiples personnes, et j'ai entendu à plusieurs reprises des internationaux se demander ce qu'ils faisaient là ou bien regretter ne pas avoir choisi une autre université d'échange.
Je me suis aussi rendu compte que mes quelques photos sont toutes des photos de toits et de clochers, ...
... an hour with Simone telling me how bad Garmin sat navs are!! We eventually got on our way and poodled down to Mont Saint Eloi where we ran into two more minor hiccups….. The first being that the big monument that swayed our decision to go there in the first place had scaffolding up at it at least 200 ft high and looked more like a block of flats in bow (see photo), the 2nd being me scrapping ...