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Tis is a story of how my heart sank and then skipped,within the space of an hour or so. We left Brussels on a grey and drizzly morning, learned from previous experience and asked my sat nav to get us out. Worked well, although I have to say that there is just too much of those cobbles for my taste, so walked quite a bit. Also had bad night sleep as,the choice was open window and fresh air and ...
... br> I don't know I liked the way grass decorated the city))
And I think that was one of the best days in Namur)))
We were supposed to finish rolling grass after dinner. So Christian (the worker and the driver of "camion" - french word that means special work car for moving heavy things...) came on his "camion" to explain us where we had to put the rest of the grass.
Suddenly someone got a crazy idea to get in the camion in ...
... to decorate the hangar.
Then we helped one of the workers to unwrap old paper from Pamela (a big woman made of cellophane and decorated with colorful paper).
I tried to speak French with the workers because they didn't really know English. Sometimes I translated from French to English but my French wasn't so perfect to understand everything)))
Honestly we didn't do anything else except for hanging curtains and unwrapping Pamela...
After lunch they just ...
... of the station and stood there for 10 minutes without speaking. Then she left.
I watched around and saw Starbucks and a very long queue of young people..students, teenagers...anyway I thought: F*ck I don't believe my eyes! They have Starbucks even in small city like Name and we don't have Starbucks in the capital of the country... I got angry! Really angry!
Asian girl came back in 15 minutes. When she came back I decided to speak with her, but a more ...
... for learning how to juggle and walk on stilts this day. J
After that we had dinner and then a gala in the evening. This involved some really nice pictures from the week and the some food/sangria with everyone. Then I experienced the mix of a little Duvel, Kriek, and European music. Good times for sure.
Friday: Ate one more breakfast of cheese, meat, and bread and then packed up. Took a good
picture with our lovely Austrian roommates and headed to the bus ...