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... does actually fit. Including the entire pharmacy I've decided to take with me. Can never have enough Imodium I've been warned! The discussions with Sarah about whether we should take a washing line sum up our thinking. I think we need to get into the 'travelling' mindset and fast! Wow, this crazy idea about doing some wandering across the globe has turned into something real and it's happening! Nervous? Excited? I'm not sure i know, I just want to go ...
... station we walk through the little village along pleasant tree lined streets, quiet during the midday period when all the day’s urgency has flown. Once again, conkers are kicked and we chat jokingly, simply soaking up another warm Indian summer day. We visit the church in Stapleton where the energy line passes and Debby chants confidently but there was not much going on here. In fact it seemed telling that the only information about the church I could find was a safety ...
... where German naval, air force and army war messages were decoded and read every single day for six years by Winston Churchill and Franklin Delano Roosevelt while Adolf Hitler didn’t have a clue.
The two leaders of the free world knew every meaningful military maneuver the Fuhrer was going to attempt and when he was going to attempt it, every day, for six years. But a fourth player on the world’s western stage was not invited to ...
After our first night in the motorhome (the bed is VERY comfortable!) we realised we still had a lot to learn... like how to turn on the gas water heating. Two very quick - and very cold - showers later, we headed off to Hatfield House. This historic home is where Queen Elizabeth 1 spent much of her childhood, and has been in the Cecil family (advisors to Elizabeth, and her father Henry VIII) since Tudor times. We ...
... hillock in Africa, he wanted to get as much hill walking in as possible beforehand. The thing is, there really aren't that many 'mountains' in the Home Counties. And going further afield for just one day, wasn't really practical. So, the best we could find was a route that took in 4 separate hill climbs straddling Bedfordshire and Hertfordshire, but somewhat disappointingly, around the south side of Luton!
But we needn't ...