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Left for belgium this morning. Just entered the french speaking country and I read about some caves in liege, belgium that I will try to find. And then onto brussels.. an intereting thing in europe is all the public bathrooms cost money to use... here are some pictures of the roads. The sign that looks like a ghost busters sign means theres no speed ...
... cleared about 100 were left standing....this happened in one day...actually only a small portion of the day....so I figure its worth paying homage. So I had stopped at a few memorials but there were so many....can't stop at em all....eventually I saw the Canadian flag in the distance. Success i found it....it is in the middle of nowhere on high ground surrounded by farmers fields. Again....preserved with shell holes and trenches intact....and the memorial.
... anyway, then see the track had been opened. We hurry up to the track, taking some photos and trying to make it to the podium, but soon they we rushed along to the FIA press conference and gone were our hopes of meeting our superstar Aussie driver.
We wandered the track, took some photos and started to make our way back up the hill towards the shuttle bus to camp... With 10s of 1000s of other GP goers.
At the top of the hill our bus was waiting, ...
... had a long chat with him. Post race, met several Aussies (From Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide) and celebrated for a while before joining the traffic chaos. Took more than three times as long as it should have to get back to Malmedy. Needed the police escort the Red Bull convoy got! Back about 7.30pm. Overall, great day, fantastic result and memories that will last a ...
... and into the middle of the circuit. In front of the two turns, but partly obscured by a fence, we set up the chairs in waiting for the F1 qualifying.
I looked up at one point and pointed at some black clouds appearing over the hill. 'I hope that's not coming this way.' 'Nah, there wouldn't be much rain in them anyway.' Andy replied.
Next minute... A torrential downpour started. I mean driving, horizontal rain. I had my rain jacket ...