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Articles About Escape Belgium (Page 19)

Andrew and I have just spent almost a month with my parents who were visiting from Canada. Not only did everyone survive unscathed (possible exception being my mother's heart after three weeks of driving on European roads with her lead-footed son-in-law) but I gained a valuable perspective on my expat...
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"Good morning and thank you for calling ACM Travel Consultants. How can I help you today?" I've never worked (or even been trained) as a travel agent, but with just about everyone I know planning the trip across the Atlantic 'to visit' this spring, I'm starting to feel like a one-woman...
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Compared to Canada, Belgium is an incredibly easy country to get around in. There are loads of buses, trams and metros, but my favorite Belgian travel method is, by far, the train. Canada has trains of course. However, the golden age of rail that our country was built on is...
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I've talked about numerous reasons why I enjoy being an expat: the challenging new experiences, meeting interesting people from around the world, trying new and different foods, but there's really only one reason why I agreed to embark on the expat adventure — I'm a travel junkie. Travel is my...
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For most expats, air travel is a necessary evil. Over the past few years, I've gotten pretty used to flying and I have no problem with short haul flights. Crossing the Atlantic however, leaves a lot to be desired. I've just returned from the two-week marathon visit to Canada. The...
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Andrew and I are attempting to reinstate the Sunday Mystery Drive (or SMD). What is the SMD you ask? It's one part exploration, lots of wandering, a bit of curiosity and usually, slightly lost. Every Sunday, we hop in the car. We take turns choosing our destination. Sometimes it's specific;...
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