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Basic hotel, but clean and a comfy bed. Tea making facilities are BAB though, just had a very dubious 'tea' from the vending machine that was comprised of hot lemon and congealed milk. Time for a well earned sleep, thank god we got on the earlier ...
... operated as a depot, staging post, railhead and hospital area. It was a place in which soldiers tried to recover to some extent from their tours of duty at the Front. Poperinge had sufficient civilian population left in it to run shops, cafes, inns and "coffee houses", some of which operated as brothels. There was also the famous Talbot House set up by an Australian army chaplain called "Tubby" Clayton, as a place of Christian inspiration, where soldiers of all ...
... into a bar. 2 x small glasses of Stella €4.60 and of course there was different levels of froth on the top, much to John's disgust. A pint should be a pint as is England.
We then came back to the boat and shared a can of Stella before John started on fixing the Heads with the seal he bought in Dunkerque before we left. It was getting extremely hard to flush as you have to use a plunger. Isi made the dinner in the mean ...
So in nepal i met a girl called Daisy who thought it was completely tragic, that my plan was to be on a plane on christmas day. So with little convincing my flight was changed from Kathmandu London to Kathmandu to brussels a few days earlier. And fter a delayed flight from Kathmandu to Delhi and then flight from Delhi to Heathrow and been detained at Heathrow airport by customs ...
... cycling aimlessly. Then as we walked around a corner a man popped out of the bush, sighted us and then turned and hurriedly dove back into the bush. Nick and I were perplexed at what might have been going on but needless to say we moved to find a more open and public spot to camp. At 8am the next morning we were kindly woken by the Police, explaining that its illegal to free camp and we must ...