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... back to UK and we even got two winter tyres fitted to the front of Oscar, so we will be all ready for winter in Europe, not that we want to encounter it.
Our final nights in England were spent near Dover where it rained and was sooo windy. We stayed in a camp location that was on an “Aerial Farm”, at least that’s what the owner called it – he was a Ham Radio operator! We drove around, visiting Margate, Canterbury, Nick ...
... because guess who can't navigate, especially in the Northern Hemisphere (the sun is in the wrong place). So off I set in a manual car to drive on the right side of the road. After a few, dare I say it, navigation hiccups, and one manual misadventure, we got the hang of it, made our way to Tyne Cot, the NZ memorial which is just past Passendale village (the NZ Govt wanted one closer to where the battle actually took place) at Gravenstafel where ...
... 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 ...
... break the stalemate with disastrous consequences for Ypres, which served as the Allied Communications centre. Comfortably within range of German artillery, Ypres was rapidly reduced to rubble & its inhabitants had to be evacuated in 1915. After the war, the returning population decided to rebuild their town, a remarkable 20 year project in which the most prominent medieval ...
... and to make
it worse they have narrow streets as well. About an hour or so later we
were sipping a Trappist Blond ( beer people sheesh get your minds out of
the gutter), and eating a sandwich of fresh home made bread and home
made cheese. Soon we were on the way to the town of Iper it is
pronounced eep per not like the British and Australians call it Ypres
or Wipers, but before we got there we stopped off at the hill 60 Memorial