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CHANGES...ThursdayIf you remember/have time do ema

A travel blog entry by cvc

Sorry about this but circumstances change, so we have to as well...
News from Stansted suggests that queues are longer than usual owing to the checking of machines that is being carried out.
It has been suggested that we may well reap some benefit, re queue-jumping, if we appear to be a school party. The most obvious way of doing this is if you all wear your red t-shirts.
I have ...


A travel blog entry by cvc

Nearly there...

WE MEET AT CVC AT 1.45 - 2.00 ON SUNDAY with our appropriately sized bags!

Alison has emailed all the details to you and I will send an additional copy home when I'm in school tomorrow...

It's the belt and braces approach!

Best wishes,

Chris Ilsley

July 7. Tour de France

A travel blog entry by barbeisele


... 1215 start time. Decibel levels increase. Fans strain for a view. A red car, swoosh, a few thousand bicycles in 16 seconds go whizzing by. Camera on auto shoot, held high over those in front. I hope I got something. Well, what’s for lunch? After lunch, Josh and I enlisted in the Avery Army and marched over the councilor Avery’s ward. Through the bucolic commons and along ...

Paris: Fair wind for France

A travel blog entry by helenypsmith


... goes a long way. Apologising helps. Attempting to speak in the language helps. Being prepared to ask helps. Being brave helps too. I sought to do my washing again after I arrived in Paris and found my way to the Laverie.(French for laundromat) Everything was, of course, en Français, and it was clearly taking a long time for me to comprehend the specific language of laundromats on the walls. A woman, who spoke no English, assisted me to begin the process of my ...


A travel blog entry by rockdoctor


... Put everything back together and went off to find something to eat as I had only had a candy bar since breakfast. It was now 20:00 and I discovered that the pubs either did not serve food on Sunday or had closed their kitchens. Eventually found the only open restaurant, an Indian, and had the most unremarkable duck tika ever. Thank goodness the beer was good. Checked the leaky tap after dinner (if you could call it that) Still dripping! It seems that ...

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