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Neil and Tina Hoad / 28-11-2008 21:23:04
we had a really great day and nathan`s enthusiasm and knowledge made the whole day a real experience. it was great to be in such a small group it made it all so much more personal.it would have been nice for us if he had tagged along in the museums as his knowledge of the subject made it so much more real and we enjoyed his enthusiasm. neil and i have not stopped talking about the day since. thank you so much and good luck in australia,tina and neil

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David Matthew & James Panter / 25-11-2008 18:31:57
Just returned from Bruges. We spent Friday evening in Nathan’s company on the last post tour & then joined him again Saturday for the battlefield tour. Nathan’s knowledge has to be second to none. Nothing is too much trouble. He is a top man! No praise would be too high. If you want good value poignant educational tours then look no further. Thanks again Dave Matt & James

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Rob and Mary / 24-11-2008 20:55:51
Thank you so much for a fascinating and poignant day. Nathan’s knowledge of the area and history is excellent and the small group numbers made it feel really personal. Everything was taken care of including a very nice lunch. Highly recommended.

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jane and john bevan / 17-11-2008 20:56:17
Thankyou for the enlightening tour that you gave us on 14.11.08. We are still thinking about all the issues that have been stirred up in our minds. Your organisation and knowledge made the day very memorable for us and we would recommend the day to anyone else. the only suggestion we would make is that it would be valuable to have a short summary sheet of where you take us so that we can explore things further.
We thank you for all the trouble you took to make the day memorable.

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Steve & Lyn Dupoy / 16-11-2008 16:36:18
We did the full day tour on the 14th November and can fully recommend it. Even for those familiar with WW1, Nathan will provide a fascinating insight into the conflict that cost so many hundreds of thousands of lives. The numerous live shells still found today (200 tonnes of ammunition p/year) are a constant reminder of the years of battle. The day is well paced and the visits to the war graves, the trenches and the town of Ypres are both poignant and inspiring. If you are travelling to Bruges, this is a must ! Thank you Nathan.

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