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... on these roads before. Driving in the mainland is an experience for me in its own. I, like any other Indian living in the UK have driven on the left side of the road all my life. Driving on the right side of the road was as scary as it was exciting. My previous experience of driving In the mainland helped me a lot. I got used to driving on the other side of the road in no time. Drive to Antwerp took ...
... is easy and reasonably priced.
I am going to have a consolidation day on board tomorrow, tying up loose ends, packing and generally getting ready to come home on Thursday. I will post a final blog entry when I know how the crossing was from mainland Europe to Blighty. You never know - it is a 8 hour crossing and I´m not sure how I´ll be on all that sea!!!
Photos to follow.
... by the large Jewish community that still dresses in traditional ways. The people of Belgium pay 38 to 50 % of their salary to income taxes, but all government services are free including health, dental, hospitalization, and medicine - schooling through college has only a small expense for supplies. They also receive at least 4 weeks of paid vacation from their 1st year of employment.
After the bus tour ...
... my bravery to the fact that I haven't forgotten where home is. Those people will always be there and I can go back whenever I decide I’ve had enough of this journey (not that I ever intend to).
I may have grown older and wiser, but I’ve also grown more paranoid (since I’ve seen how amazing life can be and I cherish it more than ever) so I’m finding it more challenging to balance out my instincts. ...
... made it in with half the clothes we brought, especially once we found the magic words to find a self service laundry "salon lavoir" which once found we continued to find everywhere –go figure.
4) Money can be saved by ordering the suggestion of the day from restaurants rather than off the menu.
5) Bring good walking shoes. We walked many places and never once felt uncomfortable. The sidewalks are mostly cobblestone or brick ...