BEST WESTERN Talbot Hotel
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... a million light years away. The Christmas holidays were quite long and I must admit we wasted the time away. As the weather was lousy we simply didn't get out as much as we should have. The net result is that Grant and myself ended up visiting the local hostelries and generally developed Cabin Fever. When the holidays came to a close, we were all out of routine and work loomed on us all like a dark cloud. That said, after getting back to work and routine once ...
... to 49Bht and here at the airport only 47Bht. Looks like my dreams of returning to 60+Bht will have to remain just dreams ! Jai phones to check on my progress and say goodbye. With 45mins to go I walk down to gate E9 which has just opened. Board on time and BA010 leaves on the dot of 11:15.
Flight isn't too bad and we make our descent into London Heathrow T5 on time. I am one of the first to clear passport control and get to the ...
... and places and always tells her stories with passion and humour, and delights in surprises and ripples of shock in the telling. Today was no exception and she reminded me of the time she was teaching in Singapore in the 1960's. She'd flown to Bangkok and then took a flight to Ankor Wat and found herself on the same flight as Somerset Maugham, and on arrival in Cambodia in the same hotel too! Her companion tried ...
Went for a early morning walk at 7.15. It was very dark as there is no street lights or town lights out in the country. I instead just did some return trips on the driveway to the road until I had done 7 km. After breakfast we all went to Abergavenny in Wales to watch ...
Total mileage: 55
Total actual cycling time: 4 hours 40 minutes
Our B&B host warned us in the morning that our chosen route out of Wales was very hilly so we took her advice and opted for the 'busier' B road. What a great decision that was, not only was it quiet (this is the Welsh countryside after all) but the road seemed to go down hill for miles, following the River Wye through thick forests and passing the picturesque Tintern ...