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... place, and they took a photo of my city map to get them there. After that little incident, I wandered around aimlessly for a bit more until I stumbled across the Belgian Centre for Comic Strips. Making a mental note to come back, I wandered a bit further for some frites at a hole-in-the-wall halal meat place, and watched a mini musical flashmob develop that ended when two people rolled a leather couch onto the street and handed out what seemed ...
... to pay an extra 2 pound fifty for new sheets despite there already being a sheet, doona and pillow on each of the beds. Deciding not to splurge on new sheets, we later found out why this was offered the following day when we saw the cleaner 'making' the beds, which did not involve putting fresh sheets on.
After a couple of hours rest we woke and chatted to our new roommates. We were in a female dorm and met an eighteen year old Australian travelling by herself ...
... with cheaper food and we got lunch there. It was grand.
That night we bought our dinner which was baguettes, cheese, tomato, and wine. I actually had that every night on this trip and it was awesome. Then we went out to Delirium Cafe which is a bar that has 100s of Belgium beer on tap! So good! Also had absinthe, but only one shot so nothing serious. Met some English guys and danced at an Irish pub! One of the English guys even let me drive his car around ...
... 10 hours as we visited cute and fascinating little towns and villages, stopping to explore, or buy drinks and sit at the cafes. A longer day than planned so the meal we were going to prepare was put off and we ate potato chips on the return train journey then straight to bed. However, they had introduced us to local specialties along the way such as jambon d'Ardennes, strawberry and cherry beers.
Sun, a slower start then with Evy by train to Brugge. We wandered through ...
So im just back from my training camp in Belguim. and what can i say.
one word springs to mind.
although it was an early start, I found out later that some people came over from Mexico, the US, and ven Taiwan and new zealand, so i quickly piped down about my 5 am start.
Landed in Brussles, my first time there, and had the usual thoughts of "will i find the meeting party" that Im sure ...