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... centre, and has a large number Australians and New Zealanders buried, many of them unknown. It has additional names of those who died, which could not fit on Menon Gate. Like all these burial sites it is immaculately cared for and the red roses which dominate look beautiful. Hot work again, and we end up at the Cheese Museum for a cheese platter and some beers. We stop in Roeselare to pick up a dongle for Pete's data. Another nice square. Now to drive to ...
... were Always dirty and after 5 minutes I was sweating again.
- Although I did have a bed in our appartment in Maun, I never really called it home. My tent on the other hand felt like mine, a little place of my own and still now I wake up, wondering why I'm in such a big bed in such a big room.
- What I already knew about myself but got confirmed even more these months. I don't want to surround myself with people that complain and stress me, that ...
... into only a couple in the area, we also noticed that within the one grave, they could have even died a couple years apart. This stop also held a memorial (a room full of names on the walls) of the 3000 odd students who were sent to the front as support, without the right equipment and only a couple weeks training. It is absolutely mad to think that boys, not men, as young as 14 were faking their age and identity - and being believed! - to ...
... aware of the sea mammal you’ve just made a beeline for.
He began to tell me how handsome I was, that I need to fight until the bitter end, and just how many brasses he was going to sleep with once he arrived in France. He clasped my knee, shook my hand, hugged me twice, and gave me his scarf as a gift before departing as swiftly as he appeared. I watched as he stumbled off, weaving through the masses of suitcases and Japanese tourists, ...
... to find a water park right next door. Oops...Julia and Sarah were not happy...our bad for not knowing but hey...Mini Europe was neat..similar to culligan gardens but instead of railways etc it was all popular landmarks of Europe.
Back on the subway home and to the grocery store to grab some food to make supper and a quick breakfast as we found out our airport was not the one we thought and we would need extra time to get there in ...