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:lol: Dutch is a fucker of a language. Always try to speak it when in Belgium and usually get a chuckle and then they speak to us in English.

 

i'm beginning to empathise with your work colleagues :D

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:lol: Dutch is a fucker of a language. Always try to speak it when in Belgium and usually get a chuckle and then they speak to us in English.

The only Dutch phrase I know is : "what is that" (wat is dat)

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The folks have bought a caravan and sited it near Ullswater, only 90mins away. Brings back memories of being a kid and going to Haggerston etc. (When it was a proper caravan site and not a Butlins rip off)

 

We had a drive into Keswick today which was 15mins up the road

 

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I like Keswick. Went to a very good tapas (not English :razz: ) and craft beer type place there last year. (Countryside is canny too, obviously.)

Every tapas should be English with a dress code of jeans, a flat cap and a tweed blazer. It would make me proud to eat in such an establishment.
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I like Keswick. Went to a very good tapas (not English :razz: ) and craft beer type place there last year. (Countryside is canny too, obviously.)

I was camping at Bassenthwaite about a month ago, view of Scarfell from the site. Absolutely lush man.
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The folks have bought a caravan and sited it near Ullswater, only 90mins away. Brings back memories of being a kid and going to Haggerston etc. (When it was a proper caravan site and not a Butlins rip off)

 

We had a drive into Keswick today which was 15mins up the road

 

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We stopped off at Ullswater today on the way to Chester (zoo). Had a Burger in the Sun Inn. Pooley Bridge is nice. Don't think I'd been before.

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I'm in Patterdale for a week in a couple of weeks. I hear Glen Ridding is still canny wrecked after the floods, which is a shame. Glad Pooley Bridge has a temporary bridge up, hope they can afford to build an attractive permanent one.

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