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... city. Unfortunately, we got stuck in a
traffic jam and so by the time we arrived at the campsite it was mid-afternoon
and the enthusiasm had gone. The sun is still shining but the temperature was
more pleasant in the mid 20’s.
At the moment, we are sat on the ferry back to Dover. We stayed in a campsite at Malo de Bains last night just ...
... just around the farmhouse was part of the Ypres Salient line, which the various forces battled over most of the war. The photos show the typical cratered, muddy landscape, all buildings in ruins, bare trees and soldiers up to their knees in mud. Today it is a green forested area, full of walking tracks, children playing, birds singing, and a lovely cafe. We head off on our walk, seeing a couple of small grave sites: Hedge Row, and 1st DCLI(duke of Cornwall's ...
... Merry Christmas by a waiter I’d never seen before and then taken to our dining table.
Our table was set for 6 persons. We were the first to arrive so had the pick of where we wished to sit. Usually the menu in the main dining room, whether for lunch or dinner, is handed to the diner by the waiter once he or she has sat down. On this occasion the menu for this special gala dinner was stood up on the table in front of each place. Places were set out in the ...
... Back to the pub for a bit of emailing in including some sad news from a friend whose father had passed away recently. The Menin Gate was our next venue . The last post has been played here every night since 1928 at 8 pm by members of the local fire brigade with the exception of 4 years during WW 2 , it would have been a moving ceremony had there been only a few people ...
By 1919 the Ypres Salient was a desolate place, thickly sown with hundreds of soldier’s cemeteries. Most were little more than bare expanses of trodden earth, just a few untidy rows of graves marked by battered pieces of wood. There were ...