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Travel Blogs from Woluwe-Saint-Lambert
... convent where young women from rich families centuries ago who didn't want to enter into marriage choose to lead a quite and monastic life there. What makes this place attractive was the field of daffodils on the ground. Maybe the spirit of these young women's yearning for independence is still around and reflected in the blooming of the flower.
We said good bye to our dear friends and promise that we won't wait for another 20 years to see each other ...
... awesome this summer has been. Though being in a smaller German town with just one other friend my age does get lonely, the opportunities I have had to travel and experience new cultures and ideas is incredible. Leaving out the cities I visited with my Dad, I have been to Prague, Amsterdam, Vienna, Copenhagen, Berlin, and Brussels. Already amazing enough, it is even more incredible that there is still so much more to come. I am so grateful and couldn’t be more excited. ...
... was a good thing, as the flight over the channel was short,
so we both got the window and a bird’s eye view of the English coast over
Dover, with a great view west towards the French coast of Normandy area, across
the channel with all the ferries and barges, then over the Dunkirk beaches.
we arrived at our hotel in Brussels at 9.00pm Bundy time on Thursday, after
having left home at 4.45am on the Wednesday morning. Local ...
We were greeted with a feast of fresh Belgian rolls this morning bought from a local patisserie by our hosts. Our host's condition hadn't improved much overnight and his plan for the day was to visit the doctors. After breakfast we got a lift to a local railway station where we said our goodbyes and headed into Brussels. The first class carriage was straight out of the 70's bright orange laminex walls with murals of big cats and brown woven cloth seats. We ...
15th May, 2012
I thought I'd dedicate a whole entry just for this event as I'm still reminded of it (almost) every time I wear the jacket.
All the way back in Liverpool I had bought some LFC related pins; one was a little Liverpool kit with "Lucas 21" on the back, and another was a Liverpool FC crest. I remember putting it in my top pocket of my leather jacket, the one with the zipper so as to keep it safe, however when I went to look for them my pocket was ...