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An early start and a quick drive down to Dover found us
early for the ferry and so we made a quick recce around Dover. We had a quick
look at Dover Castle and took a photo before returning to the ferry for
boarding. Once on the ferry we treated ourselves to an unhealthy breakfast and
settled in for an uneventful trip across the Channel to Calais. From Calais we
jumped onto the highway and headed North to the city of Oostende in ...
... by Ataturk, the Turkish leader. It was a couple of sad, sombre people who returned to Ghent that night. A glass of wine at the local Pizzeria cheered us up a bit. --------------------------------------- ------------------ ... That mark our place, and in the sky The larks, still bravely singing, fly Scarce heard amid the guns below. We are the dead. Short days ago We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow Loved, and were loved, and now we lie In Flanders' ...
... in the 1970’s (with windows dating from the 1600’s that were rescued and stored before
the war) and is a fantastic example of a modern cathedral – breath taking and absolutely beautiful. It is well worth looking up on the internet. The Christchurch city fathers should come and have a look!!
We had made contact with Mark and Sue, old university friends, who were travelling north, ...
Our first farm visit was a nice introduction to the Belgian Blue breed. Belgian Blues are a beef cattle with a genetic mutation that make them double muscled. They are very lean, and the most popular beef cattle in Belgium.
The farm we visited was half Belgian Blue and half Holstein milking cows. The Holstein portion is new, with the integration of embryo transfer in Belgian Blues. We started our tour ...
... yet I wanted to pay my respects. It is a monument, not a grave site per se, yet in that sad, desolate place, I felt compelled to take off my hat and observe a short period of silence. The Brits and our Belgian tour guide seemed to understand, and asked if I'd like to stay for a minute. I stood in front of the monument, head bowed and thought about all those who had to live in this horror for 4 years. The cold in Belgium seems to be a special kind of cold, ...