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... as Amanda’s dad calls it. John and Jean have planned a pretty incredible itinerary for us in the North, including day trips to Edinburgh, York and up the Northumberland Coast. We will then travel to London and will possibly make a day trip outside of the city, although we are not set on a place yet.
This is our first major trip together alone, and we had no idea how ...
... Kingdom Ministry, brochures, forms, and tracts are also printed here in a variety of languages. PREPRESS Before printing can start, artwork and composed text are combined to form a set of electronic ﬁles. Then this information is inscribed by laser onto metal plates. Plates are made for each of the four ink colors used: magenta, cyan, yellow, and black. PRINTING The press prints on a continuous supply of paper unspooled from a large roll. An ...
Having picked up our stuff, been grilled about where we were staying and the price of eggs in Botswana, by the passport official who went to school at st Bede's, Winchester, Hampshire, it was great to see Caroline's smiling face on the other side of the arrivals gate. Once we found the car it was straight down the 401 to Cambridge, Ontario.
It was great to meet ...
... 4:30. It is roughly a 90-minute trip so we will have time to spare. After stopping to take a few photos beside the house we get into our rental car (I don’t think I mentioned yesterday that it is a newer model Hyundai Sonata – a very nice car) and program GyPSy to take us to London.
GyPSy is a great navigator and offers clear and concise direction and we get out onto the road. The countryside is pretty. Very agrarian and it ...
Did not hear Roddy come in but did hear the pre-dawn call to prayer. Got up c 0530 for some ablutions. The Republic [of Ireland] lost 3-1 to Croatia in the nightcap so no joy in Dublin today.
Roddy wasn't sure he'd put his pix into a book. Since he is only seeing Istanbul and Ephesus on this trip, I suggested he call it A Slice of Turkey which he liked.
Walked with Roddy to the Sultanahmet tram stop. Both agreed it was a great 72H in Istanbul ...