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... how we would pass 30 minutes in a cemetery.. Turns out it flies past. We found some headstones of fallen soldiers from the seaforth highlanders battalion and the argyle and Sutherland battalion. It really made you think, these guys were going from tiny little villages where your eyes aren't opened to anything, to a world war with no guarantee they'd return home. The difference must have been overwhelming. In the Flanders area people are still finding ...
... had caused the city to lose its direct access to
the sea. A storm in 1134, however, re-established this access, through
the creation of a natural channel at the Zwin. The new sea arm stretched all the way to Damme, a ...
Brugge was our first destination on our busabout loop, our hop on hop off coach around Europe. Our first trip was very pleasant and soon after we arrived we roamed the streets of Brugge passing many waffle stores and stocking up on lots of chocolate. That afternoon we also did a brewery tour at 'De halve mann', who is well known for the beer zot. The next day Brenton and I did a full day tour ...
... too late to go up - last ascent 16.30 was missed by ten minutes. Found a different way through warren of narrow streets, canal wharves and parks back to station on south edge of city centre and got the 17.07 to Lichtervelde, changing onto a double-decker Brussels to De Panne train for the 5 minute run from L to Kortemark. Amazing toy shop by station - vast stocks of everything in a small town size of Wooler, say, or Carnforth, or ...
Perhaps we should have stayed in Yerseke, with the wholesome country air and hearty home cooked food. Or perhaps we should have let the Belgian Beer we tried with our mussels and fries at lunch be it. Or in the very least perhaps we should have swapped the beer for chocolate and given ourselves a sugar high instead of a beer induced coma which resulted in broken bones. *Sigh* There's no turning back time is there.
From Yerseke ...