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... is full of mineholes and ditches where the trenches were. This area which is behind an electric fence is running a herd of sheep. There are signs where you shouldn't go as well because there may be unexploded mines.
Next to Fromelles. We had difficulty finding the memorial in this small village but after two stops located this hexagonal new memorial built where about 250 bodies were located a few years ago.
The overriding feeling I had after reading ...
Jan picked us up and took us to the railway station to catch the train to Brugge in Belgium. Took about 3 hours. Our accommodation was right next to the station at the Ibis Hotel. After we settled in we decided to walk up to the main central square ...
... caramel sauce and whipped cream. It was crazy rich and unhealthy but damn if it wasn't delicious. I felt kind of queasy later, but ate it all anyway. Then we walked a bit more and decided our feet (which now had giant blisters on the bottom) needed a break, so we did a carriage ride. The horses clop along the cobblestones and people just get out of the way. She took us on a tour of the town, but we'd already seen everything so just relaxed and looked around ...
... to Bruges on time. Erin Suggested catching a bus back, but I wasn't so sure as I had not seen any buses on the way there. So riding it was, we set off I got into a rhythm and kept riding, Erin on the other hand was struggling. Eventually we make it back into civilization and Erin perked up as we cut through the city we hit a wall of people. Bruges had been quiet when we left but it felt like it had been invaded, there were English people everywhere. It we then had to get off and ...
... finally found one.
We headed to the coast and drove right along the seafront for miles.
We could see remnants of the gun turrets , from Ostende to Dunkerque, where we found a war cemetery and had a look around.
Then onto Calais.
We thought we might change our ticket to sail a day early but it was going to cost another 70 odd pounds so we flagged that idea.
We drove around Calais and thought it was a dump. We had ...