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... and no sign of Gilly. So I returned to the hotel car park to see that he had gone. We thought that he might wait down the road for us. But on the 10 minute ride to the ferry terminal there was no sign of him. When we reached passport control we stopped and contacted him. He had gone through and was waiting for us near the ticket booth.
After giving him a round of 'proverbial's', we continued through the ticket booths. We obviously picked ...
... as the finest single feat of the war. The achievement surprised Field Marshall Sir Douglas Haig, amazed the German commanding Peronne, delighted the press and elated Lieutenant General Sir John Monash according to Australian historian, Bill Gammage. The memorial is located on Avenue Des Australiens. This is the second memorial with the first being destroyed by the Germans who were very unhappy with the original depicting a digger piercing an eagle.
... it looked pretty disturbing....and I am not sure why it has its own lil display case and is really revered. I think I have seen bits of John in other travels and.....perhaps the dude should have all his bits gathered....in one place...and give the poor guy a burial.....I dunno....just saying...... Cathedral cool.....took a bunch of picks and always fear the lightening bolt when walking around in em.....and a pub right next too it calling my name. So I ended up sitting ...
How could so many sons, fathers and brothers die for so little ground? the Battle of the Somme was a battle for just a few miles of territory and as often as the land was won it was lost again -and again and again - and it went on for 3 whole years. Today was our first day in the WW1 battle fields of the Somme and the reality of the destruction was just too hard to bear. it made us both just so sad - it was like a personal assault on each of us. Our lovely French tour guide took us ...
... of B & B 's here but all full. The main town close by is Albert so we set up camp there for the next few days, naturally right opposite ABC. The towns pub when we arrive has 136 school children from England in it all about to eat, talk about a lot of noise, we more on quickly! Tonight is earthy night, mix with the locals. We have highs and lows and with this crew we seem to be down very low but that also makes it one of our highs as ...