Le Relais Volubilis
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... I'm not interested in any of the lectures. I just want to hang out with a few Esperantists. Though depending on the local organising committee I could get in just about anywhere if I wanted to. This year being a centennial year many more people than usual will want to be here so there might be heightened security. The reality is that although in some years I could get in just about everywhere, I don't. That would make me feel ...
... stone panels containing the names of 54 896 missing soldiers with no known graves, of which 6 176 are Australians.
Included on Panel 7, is our friend Di Houghton's great uncle, Private Timothy K Fitzpatrick, who was killed on the 22 July 1917, and we were pleased to find his name at Menin Gate.
Recently, we had also found his name on the panels in Canberra at the Australian War Memorial.
... use the name Trappist on a bottle of beer; first, the beer must be brewed within a Trappist Abbey, second, the beer must be brewed under the supervision and responsibility of the monks, and third, the majority of the revenue produced must be dedicated to charitable work.
... so surprised that they even bothered to surprise me with a cake. I really didn't see it coming. It was really fun hanging out with them, eating some delicious Pandan cake, and having my first Singaporean birthday celebration.
When I went back to the airport, I met up with Karla and we were talking non-stop about our trip. We were both so excited at that time and was planning to do the birthday in the plane operation but when we got into the plane, we slowly felt tired and ...
... and there is a huge castle right in the centre too. We find it strange that they are digging up the cobbles and putting tram lines in. We like trams, but find it a backward step as we remember the reason that they were taken out of the towns! The wires also spoil the views, especially for photographs. The centre itself is for busses, trams and bikes and we did see the odd taxi.
We came back to spring Tide, wrote the diary and so to ...