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The ship sailed through the night to Ghent. In the morning, we took a bus ride to Bruges for a guided tour of the city. Because Bruges was not accessible by water, it was left intact from about 1500 to 1800 and looks much the same today (looks like something Disney created. We can sleep late tomorrow as we be sailing to our next ...
Friday 1st August 2014
When we woke up John didn't feel too well, weak and tired even though he had a good night’s sleep. He even went without breakfast, just drinking water instead, which is unheard of usually. Isi had a twinge in the back so suggested we stay put for another day and get the washing done and usual catch up chores as well as seeing Mons itself.
Steve, Nanka, Sasha and Ella were in touch this morning ...
I am currently sitting in a coffee shop on the roof in town neither Lille or Gent woke up until around 10-10:30 and I am beginning to think this is the norm for the rest of Europe. I popped in a church earlier and watched some Musicians setting up and practicing they use it for rehearsals it was rather tranquil. Been around the castle and walked the town. The castle once hosted some Belgium, SAS trained by an English Colonel called Blondeel. I ...
Goeden avond ... good evening everyone from Ypres.
Once again time has gotten away from me but I'll just file a brief report for now and update more fully in the morning our time.
We are just getting back after completing the Menin Gate ceremony and it was an amazing experience which will make you all at home very proud to be a part of Wellington College. The guys looked great doing it. Henry Glogau, Sam Becroft and Jack Laurenson laid the ...
The 3rd division lost 3199 men and the New Zealanders lost 2800 in one day,12 October 1917 - the costliest day in NZ military history.
The disermated ANZACS were replaced by the Canadians who finally took the town on 10 November, after four attacks which had commenced on 26 October.
We stopped at the Tyne Cot Cemetery, a cemetery that had commenced beside the largest of five concrete ...