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Wednesday 8th July
On Monday night, we stayed in a
campsite in the grounds of an old chateau that we have stayed in before near
the village of Aische-en-Refail. The plan was we would arrive early and cycle
down an old railway line into the city of Namur. We did this last time we were
there but didn't have time to ...
We wake in our delightful farmhouse flat, breakfast on yoghurt raspberries and bread, and decide to further explore our neighbourhood. The weather is definitely warm, and by the time we get to Palingbeek Interpretive Centre just down the road it's over 30 degrees. The Interpretive Centre mostly focusses on organic, renewable garden centre, and the local history of the canal in the area; but they do give us a brochure where we can look at WW1 sites in the forest. So ...
... lined gum-boots and we did our last shop before our departure. Thursday morning, we headed down to the Harbour in Dover, and because we arrived in plenty of time and the ferries were running late, we were moved to an earlier boat, but then it was full-steam ahead for France!
When we landed in France, we made our way to Lens (near Lille) where we had the chance to have our first experience in an Aires du Camping. The camping spot in Lens is new, ...
... battlefields out of the city as even though many of the nz important sites are around here I felt quite happy with what I had seen and I had done what I had come here to do. as the weather settled for a short while in the afternoon I visited one small cemetary in ypres an here there was 14 nz soldiers buried and 8 of them were from the maori battalion. this was a very special part of my holiday and I feel so privelaged to have had the oppurtunity
... British lady & yours truly holding up the New Zealand division. We all got on like a house on fire & had a very enjoyable time.
I forgot to mention that before the tour I had a hurried look around the ‘In Flanders Fields’ museum, which only opened last year. The museum focuses on the experiences of those caught up in war rather than the ebb & flow of ...