[By Jeroen Janssen in Doel, Belgium] As I told last week, I have been to Doel again.
This is the Camermans Street, where only two people are still living today. This is a bright winter day, but at 4pm it's getting colder and colder. My fingers are freezing. Until the old Emilienne calls me for a coffee and a little jenever. This is not the reason why she got the nickname "The Angel from Doel", but now I think it is really well-deserved.
Another day, another street. The Engelse Steenweg, so called because the British army came in 1944 to liberate Doel. The house on the left was a reputable restaurant, but nowadays it's only visited by Dutch hooligans who cross the border to break windows and to put graffiti on the walls.