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... of The Land of the Hobs. Ice Magic takes the visitor into the mythology of dwarves, elves, fairies, hunters, magicians and devilish figures in a world that is as fantastic as it is mysterious. It includes surprising characters and animals, which live in their own hidden world surrounded by inhospitable nature and mysterious forests etc. as well as appealing and spirited figures that emerge from ...
... something of the spirit which we imagine might have been felt by others in their dire circumstances a hundred years ago. After a spot of lunch in the van, we drove a short way south out of Poperinge to the site of what was the largest "Evacuation Hospital" in the Ypres Salient. This was at Lijssenthoek. Its functions and size grew as the war worsened. In the end it was a town of huts and tented accommodation at a railway transfer site. Wounded came in from ...
... our card first and then told us it was approved and gave it us back and told us to put in the fuel. So far so good, but it did not give us a receipt which we needed to prove we had bought white diesel as well as for our own records of course. The machine just kept asking for our card as if we were a new customer and we didn't want to pay twice! John went and found someone and yes we did need to put our card back in to get the receipt! ...
... memorial to remember the soldiers. Daisy and I went iceskating by the Christmas markets. It was nice to celebrate Christmas tree with snow and a real Christmas tree. But still missed the sun the beach and everyone back home very much!
But the food is great in Belgium, typical breakfast = cecemel (chocolate milk), chocolate spread on bread and chocolate and Belgium chocolate of course. lethal but satisfying.
We took a train one day to the beautiful city of Brugge ...
... we could keep well out of the way. On one occasion we were certain that a tanker was heading for us. We changed course only to discover, as we got closer, that it was displaying a black ball from its rigging to denote a ship at anchor. We could have kept our heading. At night the different black symbols are replaced by lights.
As we entered Belgian waters Tom put up the Belgian pennant out of courtesy. No one ...