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... way to the unknown.
The best way to travel is a leap in the dark.
As a destination is familiar and reassuring, what sense does it make to go there? (Paul Theroux)
The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page. (Augustine)
It is better to travel one mile than to read 1000 books. (Confucius)
Travel is a way to ask questions that you are not asking at home. (Herman de Coninck)
... could want is here ... except our camp site, we've entered the wrong entrance.
We find the 'easy tent' access back outside, with no line at all, we wasted an hour and a half in the sun for no reason. Our tent site is much cleaner, the tent rows have street names so we remember, we are right on "the lake" as Ganzer describes it, it's not, it's barely a stream but it makes our tent so easy to find, there's plenty of room inside for the four of us, we get mattresses all ...
... bar with some of the best ambiance I have ever felt. Great old establishment. And Chris introduced me to a beer that I wasn't sure I would like...I was wrong. Wendy says it is supposed to be the best beer in the world because it has the best balance of the best ingredients. After a while, I was convinced. It's called Trappist Westvleteren. Apparently it's brewed by monks who only brew enough to keep the monastery going. She ...
... in Brussels, for brunch. He brought Danica and I little goodie bags of Brussels "must haves" which included speculoos, aka the greatest spread in the world. We had a delicious brunch with him and his husband and then they showed us around Brussels for a little until we parted ways. Meeting up with Uncle Scotty was definitely a highlight of our trip and we could not have been more grateful for him showing us around Brussels and filling ...
I wanted to write this as a separate entry, because I was actually a little shaken up at the thought of it on Friday, and I didn't want to post something somewhat depressing on the Oktoberfest entry.
Since I'm a poor student, I look for the cheapest flight (within reason: the cheapest flight to Bruxelles was a 33 hour epic trek from Vancouver to Hong Kong to Helsinki to Belgium. Uh no.), which often means connecting somewhere. My trip to Munich was ...