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... many boats were piling up there, unable to get back to where they were hired from, leaving the hire companies with quite a headache.
Today we have motored on lazily. No locks today. A slightly ammended plan means we head up the Peak Forest canal in a few miinutes (when we've done getting water). There are no locks there either and it's supposed to be a very nice quiet stretch.Tomorrow we plan to walk up Kinder Scout, one ...
... over the hill. It takes about 40 mins to get through, the ceiling is very low in places and the whole thing curves a little. It is about 2 klms long. Travelling through there really brings the meaning of 'a light at the end of the tunnel' home. You can see very a tiny spec at the end (which is the electric lights I think because they close the doors at the ends when there are boats in to prevent any others ...
... two cathedrals , the Albert Hall where
they filmed parts of Sherlock Holmes. Apparently Liverpool stands in for
London on many films. Dinner at the hotel tonight, which is good , we
need some sleep. The air-conditioning is taking it's toll, the rooms
just seem stuffy after a wile Tomorrow we are off to Scotland, getting
colder as we head further north but so far the weather has been really
So far we have attended several motorbike racing events during our trip. First was World Superbikes at Imola in Italy. We also went to a round of World Superbikes at Donnington in the UK. We had a week at the Isle of Man TT and also spent a weekend in Northern Island for the Ulster GP. MotoGP was at Silverstone and so were we. The event to round off our race watching experience was to see British Superbikes. We managed this at Oulton Park on the ...
... we had also been told about this by the Coffee Shop man & as it was not far from where we were staying decided to check it out.
When it was built in 1957 the Lovell telescope was the largest in the world at 76 metres across, now it is the 3rd largest. The one at Parkes is only 60 metres across. It was very interesting the way the Park was set out, there were a few buses of school children there, an excellent ...