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Travel Blogs from Bergues
Took the ferry from Calais to Dover today and saw the white cliffs of Dover. Only a two hour journey then bus to the Cumberland for the night. Was invited for dinner with Bernie and Maddie. We bought soup and ate in their room. Was really nice and I wish I had spent more time with them during the ...
... a day that had gone to plan at all, but I am very glad it got to experience it.
plan was to leave Bruges the next day and head into Germany, but we had
a problem, we could not find two beds in a hostel in Germany, everthing
was full. It was Saturday night and the Christmas markets are popular.
So after some stress and finding two beds at another hostel in Bruges we
decided to spend another night and hire some bikes to have a look
... get to see, and I've loved every minute of it, it's slightly depressing to think that the adventure is over, but it's not really it's just starting.
Next adventure is in Cyprus for the wedding and it's going to be a very busy time for us as we still have to sort out wedding papers, outfits, bridesmaid dresses, flowers etc.
I'll come back and tell you about the wedding.
Spent the morning on the beach attempting to catch some muscles and pipies for dinner, but failed miserably. The wind was so cold but we kept busy for an hour or so frolocking on the sand. I think we could see the white cliffs of Dover in the distance, but can't be certain. By the time we got back ...
... before being gassed and sent back to England.
Overnight municipal campsite Camping Le Velodrome in Albert, main British base in 1916.
Wednesday 20th June
Our main reason to visit this area today. The village of Villers –Bretonneux – liberated by the Australians.