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... area surrounded by the local farmers crops,with two villages visible on either side villers bretonneux to one side and Corbie to the other. Made our way back to drop off the car and grab another cab back into Amiens. Our cab driver drove us past the Amiens cathedral which is one of the best cathedrals in Europe apparently. He was a lovely cab driver and said he had taken Australians out to VB just last week for the big celebrations. Caught a fast train back to Paris. Jenny and I ...
... knowing a language that anyone else around me did. I would not have met many of the wonderful people that I have, and I probably wouldn't be so gung-ho about continuing my travels abroad. Don't think this post means that I am angry at you in anyway! I actually respect you in the highest regard. Continue to be amazing!
And for those of you, like me, who aren't fluent in any other languages other than English, just jump off the deep in and dive into one. It's quite a ride!
... place is in a small section of the local cemetery that is cared for by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission. The maintenance crew (based in Normandy) was there when we arrived. It's a quiet, peaceful place. Grandfather's request has been fulfilled in France, now on to Scotland. We were moved by the inscription on Neville's headstone... "Stranger! Go, live up to those ideals for which we fought and ...
... rgba(175, 192, 227, 0.230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); -webkit-text-size-adjust: auto; ">Then, we set sail back across Aimen, or whatever the hell it's called, and headed ESE to an area that saw a huge amount of action during WW1, and there are Australian memorials everywhere.
... places of your dead will always be respected and cared for.
http://www.ww1westernfront.gov.au/ville rs-bretonneux/town-of-villers-bretonneu x.html
The Australian memorial was being prepared for Anzac day dawn services. Thousands of chairs, sound equipment and more.
I met an Australian man who is part of the team looking after the sites, this is the fourth year he has been involved ...