Travel Blogs from Vilvoorde
... br> I think I could get used to the many coffee and tea breaks we had as well as the wonderful company… Hopefully we will be able to visit some friends in the UK and other places as well!
This is what you need to get from this post. I. Can. Do. Anything. Seriously. I am basically superman after this week.
Love you all and miss you more than you know!
*I will try to add more pictures as I borrow them from Skip
We leave Amber's house early in the morning and ride our bikes to the train station. After being on the train for a little over 20 minutes, we arrive in Belgium's capital. One of Brussels' nicknames is 'The Capital of Europe", because of the NATO and the EU offices that are located in the city.
We arrive in 'Kunstberg', which loosely translates into 'art mountain'. It got it's name because this is the place to ...
... catered for the inner carnivore in all of us. Between us, our meals spanned horse, duck, pig, beef and chicken. Thank god for the waitress who very patiently explained the complicated menu in English - think we could probably be forgiven for not knowing the french translation for cow udder and pig testicle though...?
Our hotel was located on Grassmarkt street which was in a cracking location, being only a block back ...
... Desert. did not get to see Rift Valley from air - the night had fallen and covered in cloud.
We are now in our hotel and I am heading for a workout - maybe a nap later. Meeting the Ugandan team today to start work..
Figuring out some features of this camera - got some B&W shots too.
... of 2004 beers available and up to 2500 beers at times. We got there at 5:00 and found a small table and sampled as many beers as we possibly could. The menu was huge, it was the size of a large magazine. The place was packed and you had to go up to the bar and get your beers form there, so a few times we got the wrong beers, because I guess we pronounced them wrong. We stuck to drinking Belgium beers except they had a beer from the states ...