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... Christmas! Snow chains – maps – warm trousers – new tyres..., lots of goodies!!
Did I mention Wallingford? This is a old Saxon town whose Charter pre-dates London and was also a major centre during the Anarchy (the Civil War in 1139-45 between Matilda and Stephen). But it is a lovely old town and right on the banks of the Thames. And has one of the only royal crests for Edward VIII – the king who was never crowned because ...
... the poppies blow, Between the crosses, row on row... --------------------------------------- ------------ And so the poem goes on, written by John McCrae, a Canadian doctor at Ieper (French - Ypres) who wrote it on the death of his best friend Alexis Helmer, killed in action in 1915. It's not until you see the huge WWI cemeteries that the full enormity and tragedy of what occurred sinks in. I walked around Tyne Cot Cemetery, containing the graves ...
... 8211; clearly there had been heavy rain over the last couple of days. As a result, when pulling nose-first into our selected pitch, our front wheels began to spin, and spin. Oh dear! Our vehicle is incredibly nose heavy and low geared! Quickly abandoned all hope of self-extraction and relieved to hear that the site management would be able to help in the ...
... we went to the train station to see someone off. We met up with a bunch of people and then went to the mall where there was a McDonald's like place to eat. I was feeling kinda sick so I decided that I would pick a sandwich latter for the train. The people who I had found the meringues with and I still wanted to go back and buy some for our host families, so we and a few other people ran to the meringue shop and back to the train so that ...
... American chap who thought "we spoke very good English", before he continued his laps of the carpark on his bicycle (we joked he was kicked out of USA for acting too freaky-deaky, and then was exiled to the Netherlands where he would feel at home). We got breakfast and “gratis” (free - Tom's new favourite word) coffee from a nearby supermarket...at midday. We then made our way around the city of Antwerpen in the car on a tour directed by Tom. It was a pretty cold and ...