Hotel du Croise
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... moving. When we were first emailed by the hotel that this event would be on and we wouldn't be able to get near the Menin Gate this evening, I was disappointed, but as luck would have it, we've chanced upon a very special event. I'm very glad we were here for this. If you'd like to see photos of the actual event (we weren't close enough to take any) go to the www.lastpost.be website and check them ...
... VB has a strong connection with Australia as a result of Australian troops pushing the German army back from the town in WW1, with the loss of thousands. The town has never forgotten this sacrifice on their behalf.
The town has Aussie icons everywhere - kangaroos, koalas, cockatoos appear in just about every shop, public space, private homes, as murals and at the school. The schoolyard has a large sign which reads "NEVER FORGET AUSTRALIA". ...
... in the sink and bath". "I'll have to do it over the toilet"
Well you can guess the rest...the red dribbled down the side of the glass instead of pouring into the bottle. It went all over the seat, pan and floor. It stained like crazy, the tannins in this red were super strong. I had to scrub the plastic toilet seat with soap to get the stain out, even the porcelain pan copped it too!
The lesson here is don't drink red.
... wrist was so sore he had to have his friend help him shove something in his bag because he could not do it one handed. The really drunk one was so funny because he got out of bed and was like I am still drunk and he was. I loved them they were so much fun. Tonight I think there is like two guys, an unknown and me.
I have learnt that it is ok to get changed in a mixed room. I can get changed without showing much. ...
... schedule but were forced to wait until there was room for us and only managed to get the train before the one we were booked on anyway. Then there were the delays of course. Train tannoy: “John, can you check your radio as we can't hold of you”. “John, can you bring a hammer”. “John, can you bring a bigger hammer”. Something like that anyway. Our thirty ...