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Belgian Saffers - here we are
#11
Well Koeks, on behalf of my other half and myself, you are always welcome to visit and chat.
It is not Zululand but as long as we have our braai and boerewors and beer all is well.

If there are any Saffies in the Brussels region then have a look at http://www.freewebs.com/vettergroupcom for various information that might be of help

Have a great Easter holiday

www.freewebs.com/vettergroupcom
:friendBig Grinid he hey :wings:
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#12
picanin Wrote:I am looking for the widow of a late mate of mine. Her name is Chantalle and her surname was Emerich but she has since remarried. She has two duaghters called Jennifer and Deborah and is a nurse. If anyone in Belgium has come across them or knows of anywhere I might look please let me know!

Tx

Pica,

I think
Koeksuster is based in Belgium so maybe you'll have better luck there Smile
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#13
My wife was born in Harare ( then known as Salisbury ) , but has spent most of her teenage and adult life in Johannesburg ;
now we live in uptown Bruxelles ( Ixelles/Uccle ) .
We have travelled extensively , before having settled here ;
there's pro's and con's to be found everywhere , and people are people - good , bad 'n' indifferent ! - whereever life takes one...
the quality of life is great in Benelux , I find - whereas my wife continues to whinge about the weather daily , as in : " cold , rain , dark...etc"
- the usual , for saffers-females in norther Europe , I wonder?
Looking forward to hear from - and/or meet South Africans in/around here
Ray
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#14
Ray

what was the Belgium social like last week?
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#15
It was grrreat !!!
Nice place , easy to get to...
met many nice people , chatted to quite a few ;
the Chef ( Belgian , I understand , but : ex-S.A. ) excelled ,
both in quality and quantity !
Had some v. enlightening conversations, and much of various , albeit : fruity S.A. cabernet sauvignon-like wines ...
If you can organise another one like that , I declare myself available immediately!
2nd best , I'd settle for a braai ?Or a ( good = Belgian ) beer
with my S.A. " coussins" ...???
Let me know , hoor ?
R.
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#16
Ray Wrote:It was grrreat !!!
Nice place , easy to get to...
met many nice people , chatted to quite a few ;
the Chef ( Belgian , I understand , but : ex-S.A. ) excelled ,
both in quality and quantity !
Had some v. enlightening conversations, and much of various , albeit : fruity S.A. cabernet sauvignon-like wines ...
If you can organise another one like that , I declare myself available immediately!
2nd best , I'd settle for a braai ?Or a ( good = Belgian ) beer
with my S.A. " coussins" ...???
Let me know , hoor ?
R.

Ray

Hope you let them know about this website Wink

Glad you enjoyed yourself. Smile
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#17
...is that , since the party , a colourful success as it was ! ,
I have hardly had any contact/s with anyone who attended...
so , I've been thinking "comme ca" :
any belgo-Saffers visiting this site , do let me know
and maybe we can all work together , on our next gettogether , heh , heh ?
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#18
Gee, I really miss Belgium so much I can't tell you. I moved back to the UK 18 months ago and I'd do anything to move back to Belgium if I could get a job there!

Glad to hear you had a good time at the gathering.
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#19
Koekie ,
if you tell us all , what kind of a job you would be thinking of ( to do , in Belgium ) who knows : maybe you could get lucky , sometimes ?
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#20
Thanks for the offer Ray but I have to hang around the UK just for a while longer. I do regular trips to my beloved Belgique tho' like last Thursday. For other Saffers in Belgium here is the clubs new website (even though I'm not affiliated with it any longer :-( http://www.saclub.be

Cheers
Koeks
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