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... comprehension. The British, Canadian and Australian troops at Passchendaele are estimated to have fired over 4 million shells at the Germans. It literally rained shells.
When I booked this tour, I thought, oh this will be interesting to see a few cemeteries from an old war and hear some history. It went way beyond that. It is simply hard to comprehend.
But unfortunately, it does not appear, we have learned any lessons or our leaders have not learned.
... entrance led into a totally black area. I didn’t fancy groping around in there to find my way to light and came out again. This contrasts with the external areas which are wide platforms giving great views across the city from every floor up to level nine which takes you to the rooftop. On one of the floors entitled “Power” I came across a Maori exhibit which was attracting attention from viewers. It was produced by George Nuku and supported by a sub ...
... me, Sas couldn't get into Brussels and so had to work from home. After a nice chat and leisurely snooze (me, not Sas) we went for a boozy lunch at Moscu before I headed into town to, technically, do some shopping. 3 hours of wandering around aimlessly later and with a slight detour around the Arab Quarter when I got lost, I returned home completely empty-handed and feeling very despondent ...
The opening of Palmemarkt, a must do for everyone :)
We first wanted to go alone, but we ended up going with 2/3 of my brothers.
We parked at my parent's place, and got some lovely abbey bread for dinner.
When Toon arrived, we left for the Carnival.
Johan wasn't gonna join us first, but stuck around, so with 4 of us, we made the city of Geel unsafe.
We started off just wandering around ...
... time she sees "Geeka and Ba", hearing her call "Geeka...GEEKA!" whenever Lisha leaves her sight (at home or in public), and start up a bouncy dance the moment Benjamin starts playing the piano. Benjamin and John got to experience their first European haircuts with Jean-Pierre and learned that here "we don't take appointments - it will be about an hour, please have a seat." Learning to do laundry and buy groceries in ...