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... The trip was uneventful with a lot of flat agricultural
land. As can be expected there are a lot of electricity generating windmills
along the way.
On arrival in Oostende we eventually found a campsite and
settled in for the night.
One of our priorities in selecting campsites has been for
the site to offer free internet so that we can still keep up with work related
issues. However once we have left Switzerland we have found that ...
... 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 ...
... He was a 7 month old Jersey, It was highly amusing to see him surrounded by huge Belgian Blues. (For non-agriculture readers, Jersey is the smallest breed of dairy cattle, and shrink in comparison to a Belgian Blue.
We then toured the rest of the farm. Saw the barn with the Holstein cows and bulls, and the feed lot part of the farm for the Belgian Blue bulls. The barn with Holstein cows was half ...
Today mum and I went to the pier to go fishing for white bait you wind the handles to lower the net into the water and after a while you pull it up and hopefully you have white bait. It was so much fun, we hired the rod and net for 1/2 hour, it cost 1,30 euro. We gave away what we caught to the boy next to us. For the rest of the day all the countries had measurement. ...
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 ...