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... Belgium and France and also around Arras on the River Somme there are some Australian War Cemeteries. We stopped nearby for lunch and it reminded me that at some future date I must visit these war memorial areas. The farmers of these areas of Belgium and France say that their soil is so fertile because it is soaked with human blood - not just from the First and Second World Wars but from the Napoleonic Wars and other earlier wars. I find it hard to believe that in 2015 ...
... arrondissement, worked as needed on some project in the church hall, and I had lots of free time to discover the city and to work on my French.
I was still learning how to travel, so I don’t recall having a guidebook; I spent a lot of time walking around central Paris and "discovering" things at random: palaces, museums, monuments. I felt in those days as if Paris somehow belonged to me. When I shared those memories with Tatiana, she laughed and said now it belonged to ...
... for breakfast, tiny little resto where we had Crepes and Cider for Lunch. We were dead tired at the end of Day 1 and went along with her friends for Drinks to a nearby bar. It was fun to be with these young girls....Made me feel younger by almost 10yrs :P :P. Thanks Mathilde and Charlie for joining us. Lee also taught me to read maps, use the metro and walk fast :-)
... to Shakespeare and it was amazing. Books all over the walls, couldn't even see the walls.
There were heaps of sirens going off all throughout the day. We saw a police escort for someone famous. The pinnacle of the day however was our bus driver cutting off a scooter guy (there road rules is that there is no road rules) who then proceeded to chase us down and throw rocks at our bus, which Mr Bradbury later told me wasn't on his list of potential Health hazards. ...
... tourists willing to get in on the action and/or turn a blind eye. In my defence, I didn't see who it was as I was to busy with the second incident about to occur.
So by now we've been standing out in the cold rain for about two hours. We've been there so long I could give you a detailed description of the groups of people waiting either side of us. You know, nationalities, what they're wearing, names of their first ...