The mighty wooden wings stand still, not even a gentle breeze blows over the lush green dyke. The quiet, flat landscape looks almost like a photograph. Next to me, a bascule bridge rises above the canal and lets a barge pass. Holland? No, the Belgian Bruges, perfect for a bike ride.
Fish oil in chocolate? That sounds disgusting. "But if it is commonplace with conventional chocolate, then it shines so beautifully," explains Geert Cumptich, as I am in Bruges. He knows his way around the delicacies, because he works in the manufactory "The Chocolate Line" in Bruges - the capital of fine cocoa bean specialties. There are not only chocolates, but even chocolate for coking. Continue reading