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... along. We stop for a look and then cross the river and continue driving. After a little while we notice the language and style of road signs has changed and realise we are in Belgium. No signs, passport checks or anything. Driving along this little country road in Belgium and in the middle of nowhere and we come across this magnificent Commonwealth War cemetery. Get out and soak it up and it is very moving. 250 graves with quite a few Australians. Off we go ...
... paninis, while Jake opted for apple fritters and ice cream. There, we plotted out our afternoon drive and gave Siri time to download maps/directions from the restauraunt’s WiFi.
Our next visit took us through some more modern residential areas and then through some narrow rural roads, shared with tractors full of hay, families on bicycles, and a horse and rider. Around the bend and the hill we soon saw rows and rows of white tombstones. We then arrived at ...
... was a Costa Coffee outlet, so I produced my card with a flourish.
At this rate I would be claiming my free coffee within a year or five!
"Oh no, we don't do that. We are not really Costa and shortly won't be at all."
Neither, it seemed could they make coffee without frothy milk.
Hold the free coffee thought.
Just the BBs, then, please...
Sitting quietly in the corner, as we perused our fellow voyagers, it was hard not to ...
... as I have paid €10 for Internet access and have been unable to get it when everyone is here. Probably because there are too many internet devices, iPods and IPhones trying to get on at the same time! Au revoir for now, Jane PS I have a link to Nathan's Travelpod diary which gives another view of the sailing and our Belgian experience - http://blog.travelpod.com/travel-blog/a mandafield2/2/tpod.html and it's called Nathan's Journal - Belgium ...
... system, that recreate life at the front. It also has a large collection of relics on display and we found our stop here very informative.
We then drove the short distance to Passchendaele, a very small town even today, after first stopping in a railway cutting, where Australian soldiers sheltered in 1917, on the disused Ypres - Roulers railway line, which in recent years has been developed into the self guided Australia Walk.