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... I had time to go to Tyne Cot and have a look at the memorial and cemetery there – only another 3km. Nice walk with information boards along the way telling you what happened in each place.
However, I was a bit late getting back to Zonnebeke (I was starting to walk slower) and missed the last bus back to Ypres. Damn, another 7km to walk and at the pace I am going I will miss the last ...
... is where that came from and has nothing to do with hot chips the French way.
In Australia we enjoy Irish jokes, In Holland they have Belgian jokes - usually about how easy Belgians are fooled.
1/ How do you drive a Belgian nuts? Put them in a circular room and tell them they will find a bag of hot chips in every corner!
2/ Why does a Belgian remove his glasses at a Police breath testing check point? Two glasses less to declare!
... claim form from he insurance company. We couldn't make it work but he tried his darnedest. And I got 2 baths the day we stayed at the hotel! The biggest problem has been the learning curve on all the new technology. We opted to buy iPads instead of a new computer - and I cannot tell you how much I hate this iPad. It is a nightmare to try to get it to work with the new camera - I don't know if it is going to be possible to download photos or not. Nothing seems to work as ...
... casualties commemorated here were killed during the Allied offensive during the Battles of Arras in April and May 1917 and during the German attack on the Allied Front from 21st March 1918. Servicemen serving with the Canadian and Australian forces who were killed in these operations are commemorated on the Canadian National Vimy Memorial and the Villers-Bretonneux Memorial.
Under the paving of ...
... them a LONG time to carve it.You can also look at it on the 20 dollar bill (in Canadian)And and it honoured all the Canadian soldiers that died. I found John Mcrae the guy who wrought Flanders fields.We soon went to a grave yard and went on a train and spent that time playing UNO and writing a postcard to my uncle.And then we got home and ate dinner and got to bed.