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... look like anything had really touched them in a very long time. I got down inside a few of them and snapped some pictures. As I tend to be very nostalgic I hung around that forest for about an hour. Just taking in the nature, the quiet and the history of what happened. It was very moving and it is a memory that I will keep sacred for the rest of my life.
It was about 3pm and I hadn't had lunch yet, so I rolled back to Bastogne for some food, a ...
... The exhibit was phenomenal and increased my pride in my school. It was basically a history of the school, it's traditions and personal pieces on those mentioned above. I get a lot of flack from friends about being an Aggie. All in good fun most of the time, but I'm so very proud to be one. And it's things like this, when you see how it affects people on the other side of the world, that it really hits home how unique it is to be an Aggie. And ...
... dummy spit, and refuses to acknowledge where you are or provide any information at all. Nothing. Just the car on a gray screen, not even identifying that you are on a road. No help as to how to get back on track either, total sulk. On a more amusing note, She does say to "keep driving on this road for a long time"! We worked out that this is a distance more than 10 km.
14 degrees, hazy ...
We spent the morning exploring Oostende by bicycle. The town
is extremely neat and clean and really quite a nice place to be. We essentially
made a circuit that included the beach front and parts of the city. The beach
is long, wide and sandy and actually reminded me a lot of our beach back home
in Mtunzini. There were quite a few guys fishing off the piers and we actually
saw a fish being caught. It was all of ...
... he explained to us all about the towns stone and that they are so proud of the stone, not only is it used to build all the buildings in the town, it is also celebrated through am artist invitation every year. This has gone for 75 years, where the quarry gives 200 kilos of blue stone for an artist to come to their town an sculpt a sculpture in four weeks. The only requirement is they it needs to stay in the town for 5 years before it can leave. Many ...