Sir Plantin Hotel Antwerp
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... was just beginning to rise. Mari called Anthony to send her love on their anniversary. We had cornflakes for breakfast, which Wikus and Susan did the big trek for the previous evening when they walked for miles in search of a supermarket.
We checked out, packed our stuff in the car and then went in search of Antwerp's Grootemark (Town square). We were quite amused to find an Australian home made icecream shop in Antwerp, although we were not ...
... shuttle van picked me up at the ship and drove a short distance down the dock, stopping at several times to pickup dockworkers. I was definitely out of place among the rough and tumble young men and women from eastern european countries in their oily heavy duty coveralls and work gloves. The women dockworkers were strikingly attractive and fit. It was like being in a wartime factory, or in a 1930's Socialist ...
... with the French word for Mountain) but if I’m traveling down the freeway at 110kmh with only English up my sleeve I’m not really going to pick up on this. Erwin mentions a train line with similar problems. The line travels along the border, crossing and snaking it’s way across the country. Because of this constant crossing, the station names will change for the half hour you’re in the south, then back to Flemish while you’re in the north, then ...
... started 2 straight weeks of marketing class, we're in the home stretch here and like I said, I'm sad. I'll be glad to get things back to normal and in a routine, but there's something about being here that has just I dunno, it's something I know that will not be the same in the states.
My brother, Stef visited this past weekend and we hit up a new club, Cafe Local, which I thought was badass. First off, I didn't ...
... country with the Outreach members (local
staff) who are the most educated of the area (with university
degrees). They are all of them very religious and believe fervently
that the woman must be submissive to her husband as she was made of
the Adam's left rib and was the first sinner in the history of
humanity – as you see, all based on the Genesis story... But the
worst of it, and you'll now understand, is that polygamy is quite
common here in ...