Hotel The Oak
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I need to remember following things for my next mototrip:
- learn the basics of a moto (always handy when troubles)
- bring rainclothes
- bring clothes for winter
- use bins for on the motorcyle
- tools for fixing the ...
... it hard for an enemy to attack. There were also bastions, bomb shelters and explosive storage rooms. I hope the last two were not next to each other. After my long stroll I walked back into town for a spot of lunch. I went back to Saint Servaas (the church that locked me out on day 1) I realised on entering the church I would have to pay to see it. I decided I didnt feel like parting with ...
... me directions and said AKO. Righto, that should be easy. Nope nothing. Finally in frustration I asked a random shopkeeper who explained they don't have a post office, but down the road third street to the right was a magazine shop, AKO, who provide postal services. Finally found it! Only took two hours out of my morning. You can stop laughing at me now. After a coffee I set out for The Fortress of St Pieter. It was a lovely ...
... I met his lovely girlfriend Jess. Here we had some wine and shared stories of travel. Let year they met while doing a 6 month world tour, she is English from Cornwall and has only just recently moved to Helmond. They had some pretty hilarious stories about Austrailia and their helpX adventures. It was a really good time. They also lent me a map and told me of a couple nice things to do in town. I then returned home ...
As Glasto was having a year off this year, we decided to try a new festival. Luckily we sold our tickets to the wash out that was the IOW fest and decided to go to the Rock Werchter festival in Werchter, Belgium.
We got the Eurostar from Ebbsfleet and Got to Brussels 2 hours later. From there we got on another train that brought us to the free festival buses. Now, if this was a free bus service to an English festival, we would have been waiting in ...