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Losing a day in Ghent

Alison Laycock Part of travelling is accepting that you have to deal with whatever situation may arise and in Ghent I did just that as I lost a day due to illness. I’d planned on 3 nights in Ghent before I carried on to Brussels and if I hadn’t already booked my accommodation for my final stop, then I would have added another night in Ghent to make up for lost time. But to that lost day of sightseeing, I’m going to do this post slightly different to all my others. Let’s turn

Beautiful Bruges

Alison Laycock During the 4 hour train journey from Luxembourg to Bruxelles-midi and then to Bruges, I felt sorry for Bruges as it had to follow on from Luxembourg. As we know from my previous post I wasn’t just impressed with Luxembourg but I fell in love with the architecture and everything else I saw and heard Impressed with Luxembourg. Of course, I needn’t have worried as once the Markt came into sight with the historical buildings around the edges, I was already excited

Arnhem, where my 2 Caminos meet

Alison Laycock During April and May I walked the Camino de Santiago, you may even have read my posts about it on this blog and also our sister blog Being the Best you can be. In a way, those 2 months in France and Spain provided me with this idea of travelling for 2 months although I hadn’t quite decided upon where I would travel at that point. I simply enjoyed the idea of walking through and discovering many hamlets, villages, towns and cities. Having the chance to spend tim

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