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... middle with the shops encircling it. There was a lovely atmosphere with lots of people cycling by and others sitting at several bars enjoying the warm sunshine, as we did. After our drink we went to do our shopping and then returned to ST about 1 mile away.
Isi managed to publish the blogs up to date as the WiFi is good here on board. We are doing shorter ones this month as they do take up a lot of ...
... myself crossing one of the dams. The whole coastline is basically man-made and the engineering of the dams is very mpressive. The sun was still shining and a carry on to the next Island where I stop for a much needed cold beer and quick snack. I cycled for about another hour, passing loaaaads of kite and wind surfers and then stopped to camp. Pitch up, quick supper followed by jaffa cakes and off to ...
... which was used in the Middle Ages to care for sick pilgrims. The oldest bridge dates back to the 15th century and is still in use today. We saw the city's smallest window, a tiny opening high up on the wall, and heard that there were many bricked up window spaces in Bruges due to the window tax. Residents had to pay tax for every window they had in their homes, so rich people had lots of windows and the poor didn't. If the tax couldn't be paid, ...
- First off all we will be writing this blog in English so that everybody can read our blog and can follow us wherever we shall go. The story goes like this. Two years ago we started to shape our dream house & life on the glass wall in the bathroom during a crazy and fun drawing session in a steamy and tropically hot shower. After two years we still have the same dreams we both shared. So we decided it was ...
Today I took the train out to Brugge!!! It's Ana amazing small town. Lots of small shops and restaurants and museums! I fell in love with St. John hospital and went on the best brewery tour I have ever been on - half moon! The town was so cute and romantic I didn't want to leave! Now I'm being forced to pack and head home. WHAT AN AMAZING ...