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I have been to Bletchley Park before, many years ago, and they have improved the place no end since I was last there - plenty of interactive things that appeal to adults as well as children. I tried some, and I'm not sure they would have employed me back then! Saw Huts 3, 6, 8 and Turing’s office. The Huts have been renovated obviously but they are laid out as they would have been back then, including blackout, and ...
... We ended up very muddy by the end of our walk, some more than others. We got home and dropped Arnold off and then walked to the village for a couple of beers and a nibble on some food. On the way home a few hours later we stopped by the co op and got more beer and some thing for dinner. Great day and night. Loving UK so ...
... and leave with a sackful of malaria tablets.
Three further trips took place to the clinic and all injections were completed. We moaned about the cost, the inconvenience of travelling to the clinic and the unfairness of Sue's Japanese Encephalitis booster not being available. We decided, over a pint, that we would accept that that was the cost these days and we were smugly pleased that we had all the protection that we required.
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and the warm glow of our campfire makes for unforgettable camping experiences.Our first stop in the amazing country is at
one of Africa’s most sensational natural features, Fish River Canyon. We stop here for a couple of hours to take in the
awesome scenery. A one day drive takes us to the Namib-Naukluft Park, a vast expanse of desert which contains some of the
highest sand dunes in the world. At Sossusvlei we stop and explore the area and the ...
... Hep A, typhoid and Yellow fever booked for the Monday and Tuesday I get back.