There were old things to buy from skulls to chess, clothes and fur tails.
Funny wooden little sculptures, hanging plants, etc.
Beer mugs in horn, very original !
a blacksmith, and of course Waterloo beer in the shop, and souvenirs.
You could also buy fashion jewels and flower ribbons for the hair.
While the day before it was very cloudy, the restaurant l'Orangerie du Prince was empty, but it was not at all the case when I returned. The sun was shining, it was warm and the restaurant was full, inside and outside. I sat on this beautiful deck with a view over the fields.
This time I had a view on the Gordon Celtic Games but there were so many people that I only saw from time to time something swinging through the air. Nicole joined me and we were sitting there chatting with people and watching ! After 45 min we had waited for the Waiter, I finally had enough and picked up our drinks at the bar. The barman didn't say anything, because the waiters were running around and apparently there were not enough.
Then we walked around and saw this prehistoric monster, which made little kids scream
There were other attractions too, and Pony and horse riding children. And something very special happened : For the first time in my life I petted a horse on his face !! I had always been so afraid of horses.
From tomorrow on I will be in Egypt at the Red Sea ! 30° and sunshine !!
In Belgium you offer to your friends and family a Lilly of the Valley, happy first of May to you !
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