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... that was only discovered recently. It was part of the Yorkshire offensive and is currently being restored. We then stopped at a place called Essex Farm. It is the exact location that John McCrae wrote In Flanders Fields. It was in a series of bunkers that were used by the Canadian troops as a hospital. The bunkers have been restored along with a memorial cemetery. At Ypres itself there is a ...
... chair in the sun of our room, whilst Brendan slept. Very strange for him to get sick, in the whole 5 1/2 years we've been together he's never had more than a slight cough or runny nose and I've never had to look after him, so I probably wasn't the best attending nurse. He can't remember being sick for at least 10 or so years, so is obviously guttered that it decided to come now, on our OE.
Hoping he feels better soon!
Love to all at home
... every building was rebuilt to the original plans, designs and pictures – mind you, Germany was given the Bill. The rebuild allowed the remainder of the community to relive in their homes, looking like they did prior to the bombings – mind you, it took many years to rebuild to the original plans, but the time and effort was worth it to this Belgian community.
Australians are not forgotten. There are plaques, ...
... change and list of trains and trams to get to our student housing and you get three very exhausted and displaced girls. Those first couple days are still a bit hazy, but the moral of the story is we made it and we love it here!
On Firday, our second day, we were greeted by two familiar faces, Maryke and Saskia, who were kind enough to drive us to IKEA and ALDI to get us bedding, dishes, and groceries. Such a blessing because our ...
... which went great... until we actually GOT to Ghent! The issue was that essentially the entire city was undergoing a repair of their UNDERGROUND sewage systems! Well, we got to Ghent at about 2:30, but do to the road we wanted to take to the hotel being dug up, GPS issues, and not knowing if some streets were okay to drive on or not, we checked into our hotel at 3:30! (Classic tourists blunder epitome) So, after ...