On the way to AFRICA

We were finally ready and our journey to Africa started in Antwerp/Belgium, where we dropped our camper at the harbour to be shipped to Port Elizabeth/South Africa. We had organised the shipment through Seabridge, who did a very good job and gave us all the information we could possibly need. At Atmosafe, in the harbour …

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@ Ghent

Back to Belgium, we spent our Easter weekend in Ghent, including a nice Sunday brunch with our son and his Belgian friend, whom we met here to catch up. The city is full of fascinating historic buildings and huge churches everywhere. This site, which sits between two branches of the river Lys, was first fortified around …

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Crossing Belgium Part 2

On our way through Belgium, we stopped at Dinant at the river Maas, and later found by chance our way to the abbey ruins of Villers-la-Ville, which is an amazing site. Dinant is the hometown of Adolph Sax, the inventor of the Saxophone. We didn’t know that, but from the number of saxophones you see …

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