Before I went on the Young Ambassadors Tour, I had an interview with the Manawatu Standard. A man named John who saw the published article, got in touch with me through school. He asked me to take a picture of his uncle Donald Wallace Macnamara, and put it next to his name at the Caterpillar Valley Cemetery. I was more than happy to do this for him, as I could see it was of great importance to him and his family. Visiting the Caterpillar Valley Cemetery was a very moving and emotional experience for me, as it was not only where John's uncle is remembered, but was also where my great-great-grandfather James Livingston had his name on the wall of the missing. It turns out that they both died in the Battle of the Somme, 6 days within each other. I am glad to have visited the cemetery, for John and for my Grandma who I laid a wreath on behalf of.