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... Morgwai) (Thank you for having us in your apartment for so long, your patience and advices)
and everyone from Mui Ne
(Thank you guys for your kite/surf tips, motorbike, coco loco party)
... or about £28.00. Still very reasonable.
The initial draw of the town was however the last working steam locomotive shed in the world that was used for the daily timetabled passenger services which you could, for a fee, actually drive or travel on the footplate - something myself and Heather have previously done. It is a shame that this is now pretty much consigned to history and steam is used on an infrequent basis on what seems to be 'charter' ...
... moved to the garrison military cemetery at Poznan. As this year is the 70th anniversary of the escape, formal ceremonies were held on the anniversary date, and I believe 50 R.A.F. officers marched from the camp to Poznan (a distance of about 200 kM), each carrying a photo of one of the 50. The Gestapo officers who carried out the executions were hunted down and prosecuted after the war, and many of them were also executed. It's a dreadful story in many ways, but ...
... So we headed four cars down until we found some comfortable seats. I slept like a baby.
Morning came and I felt a tug on my arm. I woke up to find the conductor speaking to me in a language that sounded unfamiliar. She was asking for my ticket, which I did not have. I turned to Emma who was a few seats back and asked her if she had it. (We only had one ticket printed between the three of us, and Emma had it in her purse). "It's just in the other cart with our ...
... said our good-byes and parted company. What an extraordinary experience!
Were drove to the actual site of the Great Escape tunnel exit, Harry, then on to the town of Zagan to the train station, where many of the escapees went after exiting the tunnel, and were subsequently re-captured. We were told the station has changed very little since 1943. We took several photos, then reversed our path from Zagan on to Spremberg, Germany.