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... canals complete with swans, gilded architecture, many adorable town squares, beer and chocolate! It's pretty full of tourists but we've found many side streets and little out of the way pedestrian bridges to avoid much of the crowds. Rick Steves ( our favorite travel author- we are Ricky junkies!) has a good walking tour for the town. We take turns reading the historical info and local trivia. In the 15th century, this town was where the Dukes of Burgandy France hung out. We ...
09:00 Community shark education and awareness activities in local village or school.
15:00 Weekly round-up meeting
Friday and Saturday: Weekend and free time.
Other Activities:All volunteers take the ...
... stand, and returned to the hotel. While we were inside, a marching band passed outside our window. We leaned out the window, taking pictures and videos. We were excited, Jennie and I having both been in marching band (Jennie in high school, me in high school and college), and we know they don't have many marching bands, at least not like the U.S.
That evening we went out, just to look around. Explored a church, and stopped at some kiosk shops.
... thought I realised were not me, or even Lisa, but the Hotel's plumbing system bubbling into action.
Looking out of our window onto the Groote Maarkt below, we could see people on bicycles criss crossing the square below, gently pedalling their way to work.
Stuffing more Euros into the parking meter, we set off for a walk round the central area, some of the streets we had driven down last night. The really interesting part is really ...
... about 11k distant. The sun is just up and a few cattle stumble into a standing position in the field adjacent. In the immediate view there are similar little farmhouses each with flemish tiled roofs each with chicken or two and a neat kitchen garden. Oh this is the life! Out hostess Lora built the farmstead from a ruin in 2006 with her husband who sadly died in a construction accident 2 years ago. She has a young daughter ...