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... of call, Zeebrugge. Zeebrugge is a village along the Belgian coast, located between Knokke and Blankenberge. The village is quite small and the beach is less touristic than the other resorts. However, at this time of year it is difficult to tell! The port itself is one of the most important and most modern in Europe. It dates from the late 19th century and was built as an "advanced port" of Bruges, 7 miles away. In fact Zeebrugge means Bruges-by-the-Sea!
... Blacks. Sunday - there was a market in Jourdan square right outside the hotel so we grabbed some breakfast. We were reasonably lucky with the weather, it rained often when we were walking to a place but when we got to where we wanted to go it stopped. It was cold (5degrees) but not as cold as Bruges. Again we wandered around the city visiting the 3 main parks and ending in the square. The Arcades de Cinquaneniare was grand, and the Belgium flag ...
This past week has been such a mix of emotions. You all have seen some of our struggles through my blog- but for those of you who talked with either Kristi or I during the past few weeks likely know how bad some things really were. Despite a lot of the issues with our Camp A director and the harshness of my center director. I still built some great relationships with some of the kids and staff- and I loved my roommates! So although I was ...
Another lazy start to the day, YAY. It was pouring rain today so Djuna didn't go to school (haha), Jaey had to leave early in the morning to sort out some papers before he goes on his next ship this week so I had a lovely sleep in.
Since it was raining, Jaey decided to make soup from scratch to warm us all up! It was delicious, I love that here in Europe people would rather make ...
... for any set backs. After a while, I re-read Lynn’s message and for some stupid reason deciphered that I was meeting everyone in Knokke. Nope, definitely not. Got on the next train to Kortrijk, not Knokke. Had I not checked Google Maps, I wouldn’t have realized that was nowhere near where I was meant to go. Thanks to the kind Belgian woman who let me use her phone, I called Joke, let her know what had happened, ...