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... 8217;ll admit it back home I use
the same brand, know what the packaging looks like so I can just grab them on
the run. I tried to do the same at Boots but it went a bit wrong…. So I walk
into the lady section and see some familiar brands. I see a sale on regular
pads, with the usual statements on the front, so I grab it and pay. In and out
of Boots in under two minutes. I then go buy some food and meet up with Nick. When
it comes to try ...
... more than one night in a row at the same accommodation and
often finding the latest place where we were staying proved a bit difficult, as
the streets of Marrakech and Fes aren't easy to navigate (imagine the twists,
turns and dead ends of a rabbit warren and then fill it with 1 or 2 million
other bunnies trying to find their own way, selling things or hassling
you), especially at night when you've never been there before. Overall, it was
... br> We rode a few more rides before heading home. It was a lovely day, with the perfect weather attached! Blue skies, sun shinning and clouds off in the far away distance. As we walked back to the train station the town was coming alive for a Saturday night. I think I’ll have to return for a weekend trip next time.
We waved goodbye to the ocean and to the pebble sand, and Ferris wheel, back through the country and into the hustle and bustle of the big city once ...
... any I’ve seen before – no sand, all pebbles/rocks. Definitely not someplace you want to walk barefoot. However, as the day went on, it still attracted a number of swimmers and sunbathers.
After lunch I decided that instead of catching the tour bus again to ride back, I would walk along the South Downs Way back to the lighthouse. Like the Cotswold Way in Chipping Campden, this is a footpath ...
... overland London to Aus in the 1950s, two-up on a 150cc scooter mostly on dirt roads. Coz they could!
Or read Scooting Through by Ruth Bayne. Two young ladies UK to Aus on a Lambretta in 1954.
Thousands of bikes cross the Nullabor, when I do it, I wanna go on a 110cc Postie Bike!
And now, thanks to meeting Belle and Nads, I might actually get the opportunity.