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Sep 13, 2019 - September 13, Friday - Trooz

September 13, Friday An overcast day, so we decided that it would be a good day to clean the house and start packing up. Tomorrow is supposed to be sunny, so it seemed a better choice for our last day of sightseeing. We did our best to leave the house as neat as we found it. Since we couldn’t find a mop or bucket, Marilynn and I developed a new way to clean the floor. She dipped a long-handled scrub brush in the kitchen sink which was filled with cleaner and water. She went over the floor with the wet brush. I followed with a long-handled...

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Sep 2, 2019 - September 2, Monday - Trooz

September 2, Monday We woke up to a sunny but cool day. I was first up and had the privilege of being greeted by one of the cats. He approached me and allowed me to pet him for quite a few minutes. However, I soon realized that his real goal was to urge me towards the laundry room where his empty food bowl waited to be filled. Once fed, he was gone. Dogs love you for who you are. Cats love you for what you can do for them. (I know there are many cat lovers out there who would disagree). We had a leisurely start, but then spent some time...

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Sep 1, 2019 - September 1, Sunday - Trooz

September 1, Sunday We had our last breakfast looking over the panoramic view from the hotel. The trip to the house of our exchange host, Marie-France, was uneventful and lasted about two hours. The house is in a well-kept neighbourhood on the edge of farmland. From the terrace of the house, we can watch cattle grazing on a hillside; every once in a while a cow bawls loudly and very faintly there have been the crows of a rooster. Other than that it is a quiet setting. The house itself is one story, with two bedrooms, two bathrooms, a rather...

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Belgium 2019