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September 13, 2011 / coalstovesinkguest

Delicious garden picked mushrooms

My short stay was truly fantastic. The first thing that amazed me was the self-sustainability. When I arrived, we went out and picked stuff to eat. While there are mushrooms in my garden, I never ever tried to eat one. At this location, they just do it. So now I’m wondering if all previous blog posters are still alive. Did they really post anonymously, or is someone trying to hide traces?

I always wanted to learn the basics of rum. The host gave me a solid introduction (with tasting) to get me started. I’m ready to try this out at home. I’m not sure if my girlfriend/wife/… (also known as se**ot) will be happy with my new interest.

At home, I’m trying to hold off on having dogs by claiming my dislike for them. In reality, I really really like them. It’s fun to wake up in the morning and be surrounded by super friendly dogs and cats.

I found one odd thing in the house. I bumped in to a plastic shower … ow yes … that will hurt the hosts’ reputation. I was so shocked that I forgot to take a picture.

By reading all the blog posts, you get an idea of what to expect. Reality is even so much better! If you can find the place and the hosts, you have to check it out.

Thank you very much for this great stay!



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  1. showertaker / Sep 13 2011 12:55 pm

    Plastic shower?! What?! Horrors.

    I’m pretty sure that Mathias’s Belgium definition of plastic shower is a bit too harsh. Why even my own criteria allow a tile shower with a cloth shower curtain!

    Good thing we fed him those poison mushrooms, huh?

    And the Italians invented nutella!


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