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So we are sitting on a train to Munich (via Frankfurt) as we begin to make our way down to Croatia. Which gives me some time to tap away at the keyboard and reflect on the past few days since we left Paris.
From Paris we went to Brugge - a beautiful little place in Belgium that has elements of a fairytale. Perhaps more normal if you live in Europe, but for us the cobblestones ...
... passing them around) there is no shortage of laughs. We have to keep hydrated as we laugh so hard we have tears streaming down our faces most of the time. The normal rhythm of the bus is to get on and sit in very similar if not the same seat each time. It doesn't take long for someone to say something which sets us off. Generally the tour guide, Monica, gets in on the act and the laughing continues all day. We have been traveling for over a week now so there are some situational ...
... are on a river, there is a flow which can cause havoc if you are not careful) and all went smoothly.
We tried to get our licence in the 2 locks today but they must have been operated from a central control as there was no-one there. Hopefully tomorrow, before we get stopped! We saw a new gas (we assume) carrying barge today, looking very new. Not much heavy traffic today with it being a bank holiday.
We got as far as ...
... washed our bedding and towels in 2 loads. We are really pleased with the results. (women will understand!)
We then relaxed before bed and thank goodness we had electric as we needed our electric fan. It seems summer has arrived – for how long, who knows!
It was only after we made our hasty departure from Menen, we realised that we forgot to get our licence! We felt it was a waste of a day, but never ...
... From there, we rode to the beach at 'T Zwin. We locked our bikes and walked out onto the extensive sandy tidal flats at low tide. The siblings had a pact – they would either all swim or none of them would swim. After seeing jellyfish on the beach, they decided that none of them would swim. Flat Toos and Ron felt a bit chilled in the breeze, and we covered their imaginary bodies in the sand to keep them ...