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It looks like there is a change in the weather coming, so it must be time to pack up and go home.
We needed to take Barbara for a doctor's appointment and to run some errands, including a stop at Weegmann's for Paul's last pork pie of this trip, and then we brought Barbara back home and made lunch - including the pork pies all around.
Today we parked on the other side of ...
... and helped us by getting wheelchairs for Barbara and helping speed things up. One of them told me that it had to do with duty free but we don't know why.
Southhampton was pretty from the air - we could see the white cliffs and the huge port - where many many of our European ancestors set sail for the US.
Approaching Leeds/Bradford airport, we flew right over the Chevin and Otley and it looked beautiful in the sunshine. Brian ...
... all creatures great and small". Like stepping back to the 50's and it also houses the sets from the TV series. After our visit we walked back to the town square, which is a really lovely area full of the original cobble stones and lovely shops. Went to the information centre to gather some brochures to assist us in our drive through the moors the next day. We drove to Kilburn to view the ...
... what a life ! Just as midnight approached - bang - all the electrics in the hotel went out - it was quite an experience sitting up here looking around the skyline in the dark with only emergency lighting ! Down the stairs to ground floor and up our staircase to level 3 (no lifts working ) and our room was pitch black - so with a torch given by the hotel we returned to drinking the rest of the bottle of champagne ! Will the morning bring power ...
Just an entry after the terrible earthquake in Nepal that has killed several hundred.
Kathmandu has been growing phenomenally since the 10yr civil war. As in most conflicts, many refugees flood into the city. The paddy fields and farms, that i remember were across the river from the Thamel (tourist) area of Kathmandu, are now replaced by sprawling city. Although the roads were still mostly dirt tracks. Houses and tall hotels were going up everywhere, massive ...