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... sauce had a strong flavor but didn't overpower the dish. I finally decided to have mayonnaise with my frites, and I thought it was delicious. Jonathan thinks it's gross and I can probably count on him not trying it this trip. Next, laundry time. The best way to describe this experience is through our dialogue. It went something like this: "the clothes barely fit... Meh, it's fine." "Here put the coins in (8 euro, almost ...
... s nothing to tell you it's a bike path. As if that's not bad enough, it's not just bikes that use them. Apparently if you ride anything smaller than a 1200cc Harley trike you can use the "bike lane". I discovered all this because I was quietly minding my own business, strolling along admiring the scenery when I was accosted by the sound of a horn being pushed to within an inch of its safe working limits. As I turned around (fortunately I have reflexes ...
... we have a house of lively and animated individuals, one of whom is the owner of the establishment. Tonight after he had had a bit to drink he joined Lauren who was situated on the stairs on her computer, as that was one of the only places that had wifi. His amusing and usually unnecessary interjections into her skype date were amusing to those who were hysterically laughing the floor above. Never a dull moment here for sure.
... and a half here exploring the streets and trying some fine food (Belgian chocolates, waffles, Flemish stew to name a few). We also learnt about chocolate and where it came from and how it's made! It's inspired kayla to try moulding her own sometime. We also scaled the 90m bell tower to look out over the town and saw it from a different view in a boat ride through the canals. Overall our time in Belgium which started off a bit ...
... pretty funny. They asked if we were going to Italy and we said maybe one day. They took that as maybe someday soon, so one of them gave me his e-mail address for when we go there haha. Since Borgosesia is in the north of Italy, and NOT near Rome, I highly doubt I will ever visit their neck of the woods like ever. One of them invited us to get beers with them, but we declined. I hugged the one we talked to the most goodbye and he tried to do the kissy cheeks thing. I was like oh ...