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... milk chocolate with almonds, and little mojito praline chocolates, which were really weird as they were a blend between nutella and mint…not my favourites.
After our chocolate fix, we went to get something savoury. Belgium is well known for its “frites” or “fries/chips”, which they eat with a variety of different sauces, mayonnaise in particular. There was a cute little shop in amongst all the restaurants in Markt square, so we ...
... right?! I've tried doing my laundry but my last hostel didn't have it and this one says I can only do it tomorrow after 10 am. Oh the struggles of being a backpacker. Ha! Gotta love it. I'll be heading to bed early tonight so I have enough energy to explore Brugge tomorrow! (Mom would be so proud.) -By the way, the mussels and fries were so delicious! It was so much food for only 10 euro, I couldn't even finish all of my fries! I guess that's a good thing though, ...
... through the city on the internet, until I reached the Grand Place. It was full of tents and things, as it seems that I just happened to crash a Bruges party. On the way to Grand Place, I passed a chocolate shop (surprise!) that seemed to have chocolate lady parts in the window. Ha ha, I thought to myself. My but you have a dirty mind. You think those are chocolate lady bits. I went over to see what they actually were….only to find that they were really ...
... frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Just winding the clock back a bit - Last night we free-camped....well, not quite...it was in a designated area, and cost E11, but no facilities - no ablution-block, no electricity, no nothin' except a dump-station (for grey water and toilet). So, this morning we hopped on the bikes and followed the bike -path to see where it would take us (back to the village where we had already been yesterday, ) and ...
... 8211; hovering around the zero degree mark. It was evident that snow wasn’t far away and on the day we left (our third day there) we awoke to a covering of white everywhere and the beautiful silence which comes from the falling of gentle snowflakes. In our opinion, this only added to the beauty of the place.
Our next stop in Belgium was Ypres – about forty minutes drive from Bruges. Here we visited the 'In Flanders ...