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Steven & Annie / 1-9-2006 14:55:07
Just arrived back in Scotland and wanted to thank Nathan for a very memorable tour around Flanders. Nathan provided a great deal of information and helped paint a remarkable picture for us of the fighting that took place and the sacrifice made by all that took part. Natan was a great guide and we would recommend him to anyone thinking of going around Flanders. Also many thanks Nathan for the souvenir you gave us. It is in a Glass cabinet so all my friends can view. Also hello to our Australian Friends who took the tour with us, hope you had a good trip back home.

Thanks for the tour Nathan

Steven & Annie

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jane / 31-8-2006 12:40:42
Arrived back in N.Z.after 6 weeks traveling through Europe,have had a little bit of time to reflect on a great trip. Thinking back on the short time that I spent in Brugges, a few things came to mind.I enjoyed the best beer that I have ever had, some where down a little cobbled lane off the main square in an ancient little tavern. It was the house beer served with a toasted cheese sandwich. Very very nice. The next day I decided to cycle to Seebrugge for a swimm as the temperature was in the mid 30s. Went the wrong way,ended up in Ostende where I fell off the bike, landed on my face then turned around and raced all the way back to Brugges just in time to be picked up for the evening tour of Flanders. A big thank you to Nathan who did a fantastic job.I had left all the information about my four great uncles who had died there back at home. The evening tour is quite short but Nathan was very helpfull when it came to finding out where their memorials where.I have enjoyed telling my friends an family about my tour of the battle fields. Thanks once again. Ka kite ano Jane.
New Zealand.

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jane / 31-8-2006 12:40:40
Arrived back in N.Z.after 6 weeks traveling through Europe,have had a little bit of time to reflect on a great trip. Thinking back on the short time that I spent in Brugges, a few things came to mind.I enjoyed the best beer that I have ever had, some where down a little cobbled lane off the main square in an ancient little tavern. It was the house beer served with a toasted cheese sandwich. Very very nice. The next day I decided to cycle to Seebrugge for a swimm as the temperature was in the mid 30s. Went the wrong way,ended up in Ostende where I fell off the bike, landed on my face then turned around and raced all the way back to Brugges just in time to be picked up for the evening tour of Flanders. A big thank you to Nathan who did a fantastic job.I had left all the information about my four great uncles who had died there back at home. The evening tour is quite short but Nathan was very helpfull when it came to finding out where their memorials where.I have enjoyed telling my friends an family about my tour of the battle fields. Thanks once again. Ka kite ano Jane.
New Zealand.

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Rick & Indy Pendrous / 13-8-2006 14:41:06
The tour was extremely moving and informative. A day packed with details that put the real horrors of war in their true perspective.

As others have said before, our guide Nathan was extremely knowledgeable and helpful he also has a wicked sense of humour!

The day was truly one of the most memorable parts of our short break to Brugge.

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chuck & christine hess / 20-7-2006 19:22:01
Great excursion.

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