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... the ride and packed up and headed to lunch. Enjoyed one final lunch together then needed to say goodbyes and we left for the train station. Train ride to Brussels was very nice - both for the ride and processing all the wonderful people and adventures that was just completed. Arrived at the train station and realized the roads once again were really confusing. Walked a good distance in the wrong direction through the city with all my luggage until I found a subway station - then I ...
... The ceremony has become very popular in the last few years.
The local fire brigade play the last post here at 8pm every day. They have been doing this since 1928. During the occupation they obviously had to stop but resumed the day the Polish liberated the town. We played under the gate, you have to understand, the structure is huge - we played hymns and it sounded like a cathedral. Beautiful! The last post was ...
... an exquisite mix of music and high jinx’s and really good to see.
We went on to our favourite internet bar and did a bit of catching up, Isi’s friend “Lady Margaret of Littlethorpe” was given a tour of the outside thanks to Skype and the outside baron the banks of the river Lys enjoyed seeing Margaret too (all you other Skypers where are you?) We sail on tomorrow but we will always remember Kortrijk in Belgium. ...
... When we got back to Spring Tide Isi was “all in” had a glass of wine and off to bed. It was not long before John was there too and looking forward to the festival tomorrow afternoon. We are getting bitten my mosquitoes now (including John who doesn’t normally) and so we have started taking garlic tablets in the hope it keeps them at bay. We also need to get some nets to cover the open windows especially at night, to stop the little ...
... descriptions personalize the miserable day-to-day existence in the trenches while artifacts and engaging descriptions bring the war-torn places to life. My favourite display showed the text of two poems while they are read aloud amongst a display of old gas masks. One poem is In Flanders Fields and the other is my favourite poem, Dulce et Decorum Est by Wilfred Owen. Owen was a poet famous for his WWI ...