We knew it wouldn’t be long before we were back & after a short drive to Hull, we set sail, once again, for Belgium.
Our Club Cabin was perfect for our needs, giving that little extra space and a more relaxing feel, we think it’s worth the little extra price for a little more peace and quiet away from all those school trips staying on blue deck – not as though there’s anything wrong with school trips, but with 100+ kids, there is noise!
The sunrise view from our cabin was fantastic and set us up for the day – it’s a small thing but what a feeling it gave us.
Camping Memling was, as usual, perfect and we found ourself in a nice corner of the site which had a nice mix of sun & shade on the hot days that followed.
Another slight accident, I trapped my thumb in the door again when putting the screen cover on – I’ll leave it off next time before I lose a thumb! ouch, it really hurt but at least no one saw me do it.
This holiday was all about rest & relaxation and we had plenty of that.
Cycling into Brugge each day, along the canals and cobbled streets, just what the doctor ordered.
I even had time to fly my new drone, or attempt to that is……
I think I need a little more practice.
Even the boys were loving it and we found a new friend – personally, it scared the life out of me!
The end came pretty quickly and our last day was spent at the motorhome aire which was pretty busy this time but still excellent for a city centre visit on our last day.
As you can see, plenty of rest & relaxation before returning on the overnight ferry to Hull and back to work, until next time.