De Nacht Wacht
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... heard, apart from the MC and and the Fire Brigade who played the Last Post. A memorable event and the beginning of many tears to be shed through the duration of our tour. During our stay in Ieper, we also visited Ploegsteert Woods where on Christmas Eve 1914 the Allies and German troops played a game of soccer and sang Christmas carols, and Toronto Cemetery, the only all Australian cemetery in Belgium. We also visited the Memorial ...
... developed. After an early dinner we left before seven to walk into Ypres for the Last Post Ceremony, which begins at 8pm. We arrived at around 7.15pm and were lucky to get a space right at the front on the side where Rob's Gt Uncle's name is.
... emotional toll it had. But this was truly a highlight for me. So proud to be Canadian today!
The loss of so many young soldiers was hard to comprehend until you laid your eyes on all the cemeteries and all the graves throughout the Flanders region. Wow! It’s important for us to remember these brave men because they paid the ultimate sacrifice so we can live the way we do today! Lest We Forget.
I just wish I had brought more flags ...
... to imagine that one.
But there was one place, that when they walked past it, every single one of them fell silent.
And so did I.
IT was a headstone, covered in flowers more than any other around it.
For a boy called Valentine.
Who died in the war, on the Western Front - becoming the youngest person ever to do so.
At 15 years old.
It makes me actually sad that his parents lost a young life, that HE lost his ...
... stop was the tourist information though as I did need to check that my reading of the French was correct as it's been some time.
As it is Saturday there was a market on in Dunkirk, but it wasn't a fancy market like Winchester it was an Eastleigh style market. It was busy though and everyone seems to be sifting through the piles of rubbish. I had a quick wander around and headed up to the town hall where there was a wedding on. It appears that if you ...