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Today was the last day of the Backroads adventure and ended with a short/relaxing ride prior to saying our goodbyes. After a nice breakfast we all got on our bikes for a ride through Bruges. In started so nice, beautiful morning, sun shining and all our group sticking together and riding as a true group of friends that we have become. Right as the ride started someone pointed out that my shoelace was untied. Since I switched to my gym shoes, forgot to double knot/tuck them in and did ...
... heard from again: "He is not missing. He is here."
We joined hundreds of people from around the world to witness the ceremony that has occurred every evening at 8 p.m. since 1927, interrupted only by the WW II German occupation. The multilingual buzz in the crowd hushed, and even the small children on their fathers' shoulders fell silent. An honor guard bugled "The Last Post," a bagpiper skirled ...
We visited Flanders Fields to have a look at the history associated with the ANZACs. WOW! What a beautiful city! Fully restored since the bombings and war of 100 years ago. We had a look at the museum called "In Flanders Fields Museum". This stunning Gothic building was totally gutted by the bombings from the enemy. Only some of the walls remained while the roofs, floors and ...
... Memorial at St Juliaan and on to the village of Langemark, where there is a rather bleak, black-walled, German Cemetery containing the mass grave of 25000 (twenty five thousand) men, of whom 8000 are unidentified and many other single graves. More than 44 000 men are buried here. We turned off busy roads and had a picnic in the van to the south of Poelkappelle village. When the sun came out later, we realised that the white ...
... we had wasted a couple of hours at this point. We also had not had any
food, since breakfast so were getting a bit hungry. We went straight out
and caught the bus to the cemetery going past the battle fields and
trenches on the way with the intention of catching the bus back and
checking them out. Eventually getting off at the cemetery is was a short
walk. This was quite unreal feeling walking along and then getting
to the cemetery, just the ...