Adagio Access Lille Vauban
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... more than anything else, how they lived, how they died...and how even 100 years later the land hasn't forgotten, hasn't shaken off the effects. Although I also think it's incredibly important to pay your respects, and I will of course do so. Their sacrifice was one...that shouldn't have needed to be made. Their sacrifice was one that soldiers the world over make, sometimes willingly, sometimes through conscription. It doesn't matter. If our so-called diplomats would ...
... on the front lines. Phil stopped to show me the barracks where he would have stayed (now someones house) and "Hitlers bunker" where it is believed he was during the battle. If the Aussies had been successful, we could have prevented WW2. We went to the Cobbers statue. Its called cobbers from the story of Simon Fraser, who had the unenviable task of retrieving the wounded from no mans land, after the battle. He had to sneak out under cover darkness, with the threat to ...
... Train was cool but we were travelling backward the whole time. I guess I'd have to travel from Arras to Paris to go forward. The countryside was picturesque. So pretty here. Green fields and old country houses, just like you see when watching the Tour de France. Got a few happy snaps. I couldn't check into my BnB until 6 (its a home stay I found on Air BNB) so once I arrived I had about 7 hours to kill. I thought I could store my luggage at the train station, ...
... a spanner tightening up some very big bolts which he dropped into the water! If we had been underneath it would probably have hit us. Then he started grinding with a shower of sparks and dust coming down, and then he did some arc welding. We had to wait until the job was complete and must have been almost an hour in total as it was 11.30 by the time we got out of the 12.5 metre rise lock.
The Belgian waterways are man-made canals with sloping ...
... Ieper in the morning.
The villa owner was out when we arrived, and we were met by her elderly mother who could not speak any English at all, but she was a bit deaf too. She worked on the premise that if she kept talking something would happen, and all that happened is we all got more and more confused. We did get to a room and her daughter came home, and she does have some English so were pretty right now.
For the past couple of nights ...