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... feeling going to somewhere that you can't really imagine! I've looked at pictures for months of Vietnam and can't believe we will be there this time tomorrow! First stop is Ho Chi Minh city (formerly Saigon) which by all accounts sounds mental! I'm a bit concerned I may get run over crossing the road! There are even tips online of the best way ...
... stopped and asked for my ticket. Ah, so a donation is not enough here - so I headed out into the sunshine again.
The Minster (C of E York cathedral) is an intimidating building - I also wasn't happy to pay a chunk of money to go inside. Constantine's statue got me thinking about what it was like to live here in those days. Headed for my comfort zone next - The Shambles!!!! Yay!! After my own heart! Then I found Little ...
... remembers that the mill was sold by the last of the Waltons to Joseph Carson in around 1920. He's not sure when the mill moved from the river into a warehouse - probably somewhere in the 1930s or 40s. He knows Byard's Lodge and Stockwell Lodge, but has not known that Waltons ever lived there and has never socialised with any Waltons except Ronald Walton, who was the same age as Dennis, went to the same school and played cricket ...
... is doing a great job chauffeuring us around these crazy, narrow crowded roads these last three weeks.
Pam prepared a buffet spread that was really beautiful. I helped her get the platters ready: Mini cheese flans, quiche, pork pies, sliced ham, sliced chicken, shredded salmon, imitation krab legs, cheese board, bread rolls, goat cheese/onion savory tart and tossed salad. And for afters, she had merangues with raspberries, ...
... the ones whose homes were not totally destroyed. Nepal is mainly inaccessible by road, large areas can only be accessed by walking (which is what makes the trekking so popular out there), but this also means that it is very hard to get aid to these areas (apart from by helicopters, which are few and far between). The monsoon is due in June, which will be devastating for those without shelter and will also cause more avalanches, making aid transport ...