Bird song is my alarm clock this morning. Breakfast is an all-you-can-eat buffet and I have the freedom to explore beautiful Luxembourg without a backpack to lug around. What a gorgeous place. It's cold, but the sun is trying to poke it's way through the clouds.
|Adolphe Bridge, Luxembourg|
It starts to snow as I'm ready to leave and is coming down heavy by the time I reach the train station. At the Belgium border, the snow has changed to rain. The sun is out in Namur. I can see it will be difficult dressing comfortably here, as each town seems to have it's own unique weather.
The hostel in Namur has a kitchen, but it's not functional. The lady at the front desk offers to let me use the staff kitchen after 9pm, as long as I clean up after myself. Dinner is a decadent arrangement of waffles and cheese.
|Namur YHA, Belgium|
I share my room with three other girls, Jill and Sharon from Australia and Wendy from South Africa. The four of us meet up with two guys, Brent from Vancouver and Hans from South Africa in the common room. It feels so good to laugh, and there is laughter in spades all evening.
There's a phone just outside the common room and I get some wonderful news from home. My good friend, Jane, is planning to meet me in Amsterdam!
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"A single rose can be my garden... a single friend, my world."