I showed you my favourite ice cream place, so here is my favourite sandwich shop.
Bagels are not really a thing in England. This is the only shop I have found that has real bagels. Nom nom food.

I showed you my favourite ice cream place, so here is my favourite sandwich shop.

Bagels are not really a thing in England. This is the only shop I have found that has real bagels. Nom nom food.

I went down to Brighton beach with some friends and they introduced me to Marrocco’s, my new favourite ice cream shop. They have an a mazing range of flavours, and they give you a little biscuit and a little FLAG! :D

One Sunday I went with some friends up to the Devil’s Dyke, which is basically a big crevasse that cuts through the picturesque rolling hills of East Sussex. Stick someone in a flowing dress with long hair on a hill and you have the setting for a Jane Austen film.

Also, SHEEP! They are cute when you don’t have to clean up after them (can you tell I grew up on a farm?)

Some gorgeous long grass, with a random picture of the Rottingdean cliffs thrown in…this was a lovely day.

Speaking of food; LOOK!

A coffee shaped, coffee flavoured chocolate from Brussels.

And a radish flower from a restaurant in Worthing.

I don’t usually take picture of food, but these are fun.

Last photos from Brussels;

I visited a free exhibit on Africa. I also have a statue from the Royal Park and a giant chocolate egg from a Nehauss chocolate shop (their chocolate is SO GOOD).

Final shots are some games in the children’s section of the Africa exhibit.

I realise I am ending my posts from Brussels without mentioning waffles. I ate quite a few; some plain, some filled with sugar and covered in cream and fruit. It is an art form, finding the perfect waffle. Fries are the other perfect food they offer. They also have big plastic versions of these foods outside shops that sell them, to aid tourists in their snack buying needs.

Alas, there ends my record of my trip to the bizarre city of Brussels.

The Mannekin Pis costumes! Only a small selection of the hundreds and hundreds that they had. Look it is a Montreal Canadians one! They had a costume from each country.

Also, a massive miniature of medieval Brussels. Someone spent a lot of hours on that.

I went to visit the Museum of Brussels, which was quite fascinating.

Apparently they like ceramics, even ceramics made of cabbages and shoes. Some lovely sculptures and tapestries, and something else; there was an exhibit where they encouraged you to write on the glass in coloured pens. Very odd…very Brussels… 

More photos of the Botanical Gardens, including ducks. ^.^

Also, that signpost is being eaten by that bush…

And, interesting buildings with flags, including that of the EU.

Favourite, favourite thing; parks in the middle of cities.

This is the Botanical Gardens in Brussels. I walked through on my last day in the early morning. It was quiet and sunny, with the distant sounds of city traffic, construction and busy life just beyond the hedges.

Some gorgeous flowers and interestingly distressing statues.

A lovely way to start my last day.

Weird art in and around metro stations…O.o

Also, the Vincent van Gough plaque outside my hostel.

Quick story; when I went to breakfast on my first day in this hostel, I was invited to sit next to two guys who were very chatty. The more I spoke to them, the more I realised they were drunk or hung over or something. Then I found out, they didn’t actually have rooms in the hostel, they just knew how the get in and were eating a free breakfast! Which they apparently did all the time, because some of the other guests knew them…so much for security!