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... city. Unfortunately, we got stuck in a
traffic jam and so by the time we arrived at the campsite it was mid-afternoon
and the enthusiasm had gone. The sun is still shining but the temperature was
more pleasant in the mid 20’s.
At the moment, we are sat on the ferry back to Dover. We stayed in a campsite at Malo de Bains last night just ...
... a deeply moving experience. We arrived about 7pm and the crowd was already quite considerable. The name of every Commonwealth soldier lost is engraved on the walls of the Menin Gate and Tyne-Cot memorial.
The Cloth Hall Museum (Flanders fields) took us the best part of a day to go through, having to take a break for lunch. Many of the museums now use video format, with actors speaking of the horrors and experience of the time, to tell the story. It ...
... him. We climbed a very large tower which overlooked everything and you could imagine where the soldiers held their position to protect the town from this section of the hill. Cameron had also prearranged a personal visit to the secondary college which has an Australian Club. Great for us all to see how different the school was, the girls liked the cafeteria the best! They have an hour and half for lunch and work from 8:30 to 5:00pm. ...
A very hot night last night - we didn't sleep well. Liam and Nate were ok though, so up and ready for our breakfast at 8:00. The rumour is that it will get to 36 degrees today and very little wind but we'll see what happens. Last night, when I got back, we had dinner at the restaurant at the caravan park. The boys were quite tired so hit the sack early but we sat up to chat with the other parents. We got down to the club and there was ...
... Luftwaffe. The museum contained numerous artifacts recovered from the waters of Dunkerque, including aircraft propellors, bullet casings, mines and even a jeep. Numerous boats, ranging from military vessels to commercial ones and even to private fishing boats only 15 feet in length, were engaged in the evacuation. Of the thousand or so boats employed, nearly two hundred perished – often along with their crew and passengers. ...
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