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Day 25Today we are training to Gent, one of the oldest cities in Belgium. In the Middle Ages it was an important trading centre. It has many beautiful old buildings with the characteristic Flemish (also Dutch) gables. They all seem distinct from each other. In Gent there are many public squares for people only - no car traffic at all. And today, being Sunday, in one there was a band concert, in another a rock concert, many cafés - all ver colourful and lively. Another day.
Fine and sunny with some scattered cloud, 15-25deg, 38km, av. 15.5km/h, tot. 1468km. Two sleep-ins in a row, we are getting quite spoilt. After a lovely leisurely breakfast Guido took us for a Tour de Asse. It was nice riding without the panniers in fine warm weather. He showed us around a marked circular cycle route around the district via a wide variety of paths, back ...
-The movies have the love where we dream of. -Boys thinking the can get my attention by acting cool, but they don't. Only a real gentleman can get my heart. -We love boys bands because when the are singing, its like they tell you they love you and you are perfect. They're like angels to girls. -I listening to music whit my heart and soul ...
... south east of Ypres.
Before any breakout advance from Ypres could take place, the 80 metre high Messines Ridge, had to be taken. It was captured on 7 June 1917 with the 3rd Australian Division playing an important part in this engagement in which ANZAC troops fought together on the Western Front.
Unlike the other Australian Divisions, Major-General John ...
... feathers, berries, the like. Then we had to come up with a way to
thank nature for everything it had given us. (Now all of you know I'm
a bit of a tree-hugger, but this was just ridiculous. ) The group I
was in decided to sing a song while holding hands and walking around
a tree that had been cut down.......
Thankfully, in the
afternoon, I was in a photography class. We didn't have time to learn
how to develop film, but we did have the opportunity to make