Just a break:
For those who ask me what "Poner una pica en Flandes" means, I just say that for a Spanish it means achieving the most difficult goals.
It comes from the XVI Century when the Spanish army (which was the first professional army in the world) was fighting here "in Flandes". Flandes corresponded to the Belgian, Netherlandish and Luxembourgish regions. (Today it's just the upper part of Belgium).
The Spanish soldiers from the XVI Century used to say that the most fierce and difficult battles were those fighted here, in Flandes. That's why "poner una pica en flandes" means fighting for a big and challenging goal.
Be good, and good night!