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The Baker / 7-9-2012 18:16:00
Nathan packed a ton of information into just a few hours during our Last Post evening tour, and guided us to the best spot for experiencing the ceremony. A memorable evening.

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Lynda & Stewart Potter (Bathgate, Scotland) / 5-9-2012 19:52:30
Thankyou Nathan for helping to make our holiday to Bruge very memorable. The WW1 tour was so informative and interesting, your knowledge and passion for the subject is remarkable. We loved seeing the farmer who we’d viewed in the BBC 4 documentary ”The First World War from Above”!

The journey itself was very comfortable and we enjoyed the lovely lunch.

It was a pleasure to meet you.... best wishes and good luck for the future.

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Jaquie and Neil Holloway / 5-9-2012 18:57:18
This is a very special tour:stimulating, informative and poignant. Although a large number of sites of interest were included, we were given time to reflect on our own. The pick-up at our hotel was punctual, we enjoyed a good lunch and appreciated the opportunity to experience the innovative Flanders Fields Museum in Ypres. Thanks to such a small group size, individual interests were addressed and Nathan is a highly knowledgeable and sensitive guide who displays great attention to detail and a genuine passion for the subject. A memorable day and highly recommended!

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Scott Milloy / 3-9-2012 13:36:20
After travelling around Europe for a month, I can safely say that this tour was a major highlight. Nathan’s wealth of knowledge is astoundingly impressive and the manner in which he delivers it is first class. He catered for the interests of the party we were travelling with superbly, i.e showing us a Scottish memorial and also showing a Canadian couple a Canadian memorial. In addition to this he also gave us fantastic information on the role of the Scottish regiments during the war. As well as being so knowledgeable on the war he is also extremely informative on Flanders and the Flemish people of today. All in all Nathan was an extremely personable guy and I can assert you that this is the best WW1 tour that you could do.

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John and Jenny Caulfield / 3-9-2012 9:46:41
A sad but interesting day. Nathan’s knowledge of history/events is quite extraordinary - a wealth of information.

Although a long day the tour was well paced and the lunch excellent.

With both a South African and Australian background Nathan made a point of taking us to sights of particular interest to us.

Thank you Nathan

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