Premiere Classe de Lille Nord Marcq-en-Baroeul
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... evening but they have a special feel early in the morning and... early in the morning at the other end too when they're closing down. In Hobart I think that means when yobbos are looking for a fight.
And the Korzo early in the morning.
I turned up at the hotel and Neil didn't look like he wanted to drive the 500 kilometres to Skopje. I probably could have caught a taxi to Skopje... and Axeman would have shared it ...
... 39;, 'Khmer UI', 'Nirmala UI', Tunga, 'Lao UI', Ebrima, sans-serif; font-size: 16px; line-height: normal; ">On Friday we thought we may have bitten off more than we could chew with a plan to visit two Trappist breweries, driving accross the whole country of Belgium into the Netherlands and then making it to a festival by about 6pm. Amazingly we succeeded. Despite knowing how much we had to do we still started the day by watching game 7 of the NBA finals on ...
... town to visit the “In Flanders Fields” museum. The town was only a ten minute walk from the campsite and it was along a lovely walking path for the first part and then along the canal. We walked along the ramparts of the town and soon came across the immense Menin gate. The history behind this gate is that Churchill wanted to turn the entire town of Ypres, where 185,000 Commonwealth soldiers died (more than 100,000 without a known grave), into a memorial. ...
... 18px;">From Vietnam I'll find a way to reach CHINA my old nemesis with Visa.
And from there I found connections at 1400 kms reaching Taiwan but mostly for chinese residents..
So I'll find a way to sneak on those very cheap boats or flights if ever there's one from Xiamen . And in Taiwan the fantasy will start : Finding a real job to survive, of course without any visa of any kind where would the fun be otherwise ? :))
... grass. The cemetery is surrounded by tall, hefty oak trees casting dappled shade across the grounds. This gives the place a much darker feeling. Although both are places of solemn remembrance, Langemark just seems to fill me with a sense of death and doom.
Langemark was the conclusion of our first day on the Western Front and we hot tail it to Lille, just over the border in France. Not far from Langemark we pass Vancouver Corner where a large spire, atop it a bust ...