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... to Vientiane (Laos) and spending a week in this unique, but little-known country.
So curious to admire the mystical royal palaces and temples that tell the story of the rich Lao culture and heritage. A visit to the mysterious Plain of Jars will take us even further back in time to an archaeological site said to be 2000 years old.
After one week, we will say goodbye to Laos and fly ...
... took us around the Bruges ring road directly to Camping Memling in the outskirts of the city just after midday. It's not the prettiest of sites we have ever stayed on but we were checked in in a friendly manner and issued with some helpful info for planning the next few days. After selecting a pitch, we were soon set up and had a bit of lunch before heading out sightseeing. First port of call was the local Total garage to buy bus tickets! (The lady behind the counter could ...
... generally Mallory, Jake, or Sarah).
-Going to the lake (and seeing all my family there)
Ok so not to get too depressed.. Some things I love here:
-Brugge-- just the whole city is beautiful. We went shopping there on Saturday and it was just a lovely day.. the look, the feel, all of it... I go to work there almost every day! That's crazy!
-Kriek. Cherry beer (Skip calls it juice haha) here ...
... be back in Brussels on Sunday September 23. My reservation printout says so in indisputable black and white. Go big or don't go at all, I guess. Now all that remains is filling those ninety days on U.S. soil with as much amazingness as possible. If planning that isn't as insanity-inducing as booking flights, I can't wait.
Correction: I'll probably procrastinate for a while, and then I can't ...
... and you need to be at the train 2 minutes before departure at the latest (if you are brave). Why would you fly?
At Lille, things got more complicated - we picked up the Avis car. First problem was finding the car park lifts to get to level -3. Next surprise was the size of the car, its a ****((&&** people mover. Of all the times to get upgraded and it was too late by then to get it changed.
Next issue was ...