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... on how dilapidated the Belgian stations are. Our train ran behind time and girl from Lisbon started to worry about getting to the airport on time. We had left enough time to have coffee before boarding Eurostar for Ashford where Elizabeth was due to meet us. Eurostar sped towards the Chunnel. The loos at the station prepared us for British life with Queen overlooking the urinals and cubicles. On the Eurostar we were reminded of the famous ...
... departures board. I soon remembered I didn’t know any Belgian, and tracked down the only person anywhere that resembled anything like a station official. Fortunately, he was, and I was soon on Platform 16, bound for Knokke Blankenberge.
I’d read a lot about Brussels lack of vitality and character, and as the two tiered juggernaut of a train lurched itself away, it was difficult to find a case against. The suburban areas of Brussels appeared ...
... about it. The people who experienced it are either dead or very elderly, and like with so many things, the sufferings and sacrifices made during the 1940s are doomed, it might seem, to pass all too soon from living memory.
That’s where the Canadian Liberation March and the people of Knokke-Heist, Oostburg and Hoofdplaat come in. It might have happened nearly 70 years ago, but they are determined to remember, and even now, 7 ...
... a pit stop to grab some food and quickly explore the chocolate shops. Then back on the bus!
We then drove through Belgium to France, and got on the fairy to Dover Port, our first destination in England. By the time we had arrived in London at the Clink hostel, it was around 6pm. This was the sad part - saying goodbye to all the friends we had made. Especially hard saying goodbye to my main bros - Dylan, Jerome, and Joe. The three of ...
... this on a bitterly cold winter Sunday evening, with light snow falling around us. It was absolutely amazing and really brought home to us the realities of war – especially the effect which World Wars have had on this part of the world and the gratitude shown to our service men and women who had the misfortune to be involved in the front line.
Our next stop will be back over the border to Calais, in France, where we ...