Guestbook

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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Delsie and Ron Tkachuk; CANADA / 12-11-2008 6:26:20
Just reviewing pictures of our latest visit to Europe. Fondly recall our most informative tour with Nathan of
Flanders Fields Daytours.  The small 8-passenger van
was comfortable and personal.  Nathan, our driver-guide was personable, knowledgeable, and very
professional.  He shared his knowledge with a passion for detail and accuracy.  The small tourbus took us to places larger vehicles could not venture.  We toured;
Ypres, Passchendaele,Tynecot;viewed mine craters;saw
live ammunition relics and the Christmas Truce site.            

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Lynn and Kit Morley / 8-11-2008 21:59:46
Nathan showed us around Ypres Salient and beyond, last December (08) and we still talk about his tour as being the highlight of our stay in Bruges. Nathan, apologies for not writing in your guestbook sooner but to be honest I’ve been trying to find the right words to describe the tour. Your knowledge, passion and enthusiasm is immense and you left a lasting impression on us. You gave us such a personal tour and took us to places that we would never have found on our own. One day we’d love to do it all again. Thank you

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Darrell & Jill OConnor / 8-11-2008 11:44:16
We did both tours with Nathan, the Thursday night tour of Menin Gate for the last post, and the full day tour. Both were excellent value and a great experience. We were indeed fortunate as Aussies that the night we went to Menin Gate there was an Australian Wreath Laying ceremony to commemorate the identifying of a ”lost soldiers” remains in Flanders Fields.Nathan provides a very informative tour and the small number of participants makes for a personal touch. Thanks Nathan, we highly recommend both tours.

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Wendy and Ron Willson / 30-10-2008 18:37:33
An excellent tour which we would recommend to anyone interested in the history of the First World War. The small group size is an added bonus as we could ask questions easily. We could also see some of the more difficult areas to access such as the football match site played during the Christmas truce 1914.

Thank you Nathan.

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