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Well I have been back for over a week now. This extraordinary experience is beginning to fade now I am in this new chapter.
I am so grateful and humbled by the whole experience. As I spend Christmas with cherished friends and dear family, I realise just how lucky I am.
The support I have had from really wonderful people who are kind and caring also humbles me. This entry is for them to say a huge THANK YOU.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.....;)
... canal areas are beautifully preserved and from what I have seen from the train the countryside although flat looks beautiful. I'll return at some point, preferably in the summer with a tent and camp my way through the country.
Before we knew it three days of lazing around in quaint little bars had quickly passed and it was time to head back up to Amsterdam and onto a plane back to England. This is the point I had been dreading and playing over in ...
... of road my little Honda loves. Its rather twisty and extremely rough and bumpy but best of it all its quiet. Normally i plod along at a steady 60 or so on this road but today was more like 50 or even 30 at times due to all the flooding. At one point on an extremely flooded section I caught up with two riders on sports bikes. They were really struggling with the puddles and after sitting behind them for a few miles I simply went passed them. Later in one of the small ...
... After the tour we had a light lunch at the cafe then drove onto Durham. The A1 was diverted at Berwick on Tweed via the A682 to where it joined the A1 just before Newcastle. Very nice farming areas with lots of hay making and sheep. Found the accommodation but no meals Sunday so had to walk 10 mins to a hotel. On coming back to the inn we had a great conversation with people in the ...
... that. Those five ruled with a calm and steady hand from 96 AD to 180 AD. They were Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, Antoninus Pius and Marcus Aurelius. This era also fell within the time period historians call the Pax Romana, or the “peace of Rome.” This was a 200-year period starting with Julius, just before the birth of Christ, the first of the Caesars, when stability reigned, territory expanded and building projects, many still standing and still a marvel ...