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Travel Blogs from Ghent
... Stay like that I want a picture,” I said pulling out the phone and taking yet another photo to save the moment. Dan smiled patiently, in no hurry to rush inside. He looked at me and raised his eyebrows, and then reaching out Dan pulled the ancient heavy black door open as sound burst from the crowded little interior. Barely daring to step inside my eyes shifted around scanning for a space, I saw 2 barstools free and ...
A Visit with my Bonne Mammy
As my Bonne Mammy was not able to make it to the wedding, we stopped in Ghent, Belgium to see her and share a few meals with her.
The last time the kids saw her, Bella was six years and Lukas was six months old. Now that they are a little older they can appreciate seeing her a little more in their own way. Lukas being the chatty one had all sorts of questions including "what happened ...
... different sizing systems. In the end, I tried on all the jeans that I liked the look of, and found nothing, and Karina tried on a bunch of stuff she wasn't looking for and walked out with about 8 new pieces of clothing! Not fair! So we walked back home, saying goodbye to Daren at his car on the way, then we dropped off the new clothes before heading back out and catching a tram into the city. We walked down a shopping street and went into a H&M to find some jeans, where I ...
... some cute winding streets and ended up in “graffiti alley”. To solve the graffiti problem, Ghent only allows graffiti in designated places throughout town. This alley was the largest section and as we strolled through it, there was a small group creating some new designs. Some of the work was quite amazing, but we were sad to see that some of the graffiti which was very artistic had then been graffitied over by someone who was just doing it ...
... with me.
Monday, August 20th started
with a meeting with Filip, our Belgian fieldwork coordinator. After
months of correspondence via email, it was really nice to finally put
a face with the name. Filip is an incredibly sweet man, whose
typically European round classes and soft spoken nature only make
you like him even more. For the better half of Monday, Filip gave us
a tour of Arteveldehogschool college campus, ...