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The best day and night of my life. From waking up and having a fry up with the summit crew to getting ready together and the going to the church. As soon as I approached the church I saw Dave outside and started crying I was so happy to be there. Katie said that I was the first person she saw she entered the church and she couldn't stop smiling. At the end of ...
Packing a backpack with things that can only be described as holiday clothes is surreal when you realise these "holiday clothes" are going to be your walking wardrobe for the next year!
It's bizare. How can a double wardrobe and chest of draws, full of clothes but with "nothing to wear" in them be condensed into a 60litre backpack that I, yes ...
... by the head monk.
We are starting to see snow covered peaks now. We saw Manaslu on the trek up here, and now we are below Annapurna 2 on the left of the trail, and Pisang peak on the right.
We had a choice of rooms at the tea house and Pete gave me the decision on which to take-I chose one with a view of Pisang peak, next to the kitchen. It seemed like a good idea, until during the night we were joined by some friends which seemed to be attracted by out proximity to ...
... early dinner and are now sitting in the cosy van watching the Remembrance Parade in London.
In the morning we pack up, hitch up and drive up to the Richmond area in the north-east of the Yorkshire Dales. Two weeks there including 4 days at a posh cottage courtesy of our friend Lynette from Nottingham.
All is going well and we will be in contact as soon as we find out if we have internet up there.
The city centre is quite walkable, with many pedestrianized streets. People were bustling about, Christmas shopping and eating pasties. There are more cafés, pubs, bars and restaurants per square mile here than anywhere in Europe!
I walked on the tow path along the canal and watched a narrowboat transit a lock.
One evening I attended a concert at Royal Concert Hall of Edward Elgar’s Dream of ...