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... get to know “our town” a bit
What little we have
seen of Belgium, we really like. We've made day trips to both Bruges
and Antwerp and really enjoyed both. We didn't do anything too
exciting, just wandered around, admired the cathedrals and other old
buildings, and ate (way too much) delicious food. I hope you enjoy
... still fun.
So back on track we passed the lunapark. I got a teddy bear straight away :) The Sjaap :)
While the guys were racing and shooting I continued grabbing teddies, unfortunately it seemed to be beginnersluck, cus the sjaap was the only thing I got that day...
We also went in the break dance, they soooo changed the whole thing! Ridoncilous!
It goes completely around now. I took the ...
... Not really my cup of tea, as I don't like mayonnaise but apparently the locals are crazy for it. I think almost everyone bought some snacks here. It was my first experience paying to use the bathroom or WC ("water closet") as they call it in Europe, at a cost of 50 Euro-cents. We were allotted 45 minutes for our service stop so when the time was up we all headed back to the bus to continue our journey into The Netherlands and onwards to Amsterdam. ...
... at the doctors’ he gives me the option to remove one of the pins on the spot. Yes please. Job done in less then 5 min.! Then the bill magically appears, written by hand on the spot. Hiralal almost has a heart-attach! For local standards the price is far too much (about 25 euro)…I pay…but cannot stop myself from adding the following remark: ‘How much of this money is going to the hospital exactly?’ As I know none of it will be. When he also tries ...
... starters, we had the good fortune to meet up with some friends who live in a wonderful little village in southeast Germany, and we had a blast just sitting around reminiscing, laughing, eating, drinking wine (and a little German beer......), and being quite thankful that we had such good friends to catch up with along our world journey (and who politely put up with all our stories!). ;-)