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I am going to be well looked after- the induction programme looks pretty thorough....i have emailed this around to a few people who were asking....if you are interested let me know!
Tasks for Day 1- get myself to KL! And don't cry too much at the airport! :)
Whilst i'm here I just wanted to say a HUGE thank you to everyone who has made ...
... roadway and all the cars slow down as they rubberneck looking at the site. It was very interesting listening to the audio as we walked around the site and once again we find it hard to believe we are actually here, standing only meters away from this prehistoric monument. Stuart and myself decided this is one of the coolest places that we have had a picnic lunch. ...
... woodlands, past lighthouses and on to Dancing Ledge where daredevil cliff climbers dare to jump! A casual lunch at Durlston Castle with a view back to old Harry Rocks...WOW!
A visit to Russell Cotes art gallery and museum on the cliff top near Bournemouth was also a lovely day. Amazing art exhibits!
And still the weather is still ...
... 28 nts 12th September 2015 • M1526 Inside cabin £2,699pp ( http://emailfredolsencruises.com/8ID-2P 1MI-5O3VIU-17CTR8-0/c .aspx ) Cape Verdes Christmas • 18 nts 18th December 2015 • L1524 Inside cabin £2,199pp £0,00pp ...and you'll only pay for two: enjoy the lowest priced of the three holidays with our compliments. Take advantage of this great opportunity to secure your holiday plans at a great ...
... hill. Pewsey was a pretty little town with many thatched cottages. I stopped at a community tea shop and had soup, coffee and a toasted tea cake. The tea shop is run by volunteers and to some of the local residents, it was their social hub. Not willing to try the towpath again, or the very convoluted No4 route, I continued south of the canal on a B road through a series of little villages, thereby saving 2-3 miles. I eventually rolled downhill ...