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... open prison where in 2002 there was some sort of argy bargy with prisoners refusing to return to their cells and demanding money and a helicopter. Good plan, guys.
A few years later Swaleside once again hit the headlines, this time with a prison guard (the son of a prison governor) caught smuggling in cannabis. The prison has a high number of what they describe as 'minority ethnic population' and 'foreign nationals'.
As more than half of them are serving life sentences, the views ...
... and ale pie with lots of vegetables. It's a really great place to eat. Then back to the B&B for an early night.
DAY 3 IN MAIDSTONE - May 24, 2012 - RIVER MEDWAY WALK , CARRIAGE MUSEUM
This morning we walked down to the River Medway and went down along the walking path beside the river for a nice walk downstream. We walked a couple of miles and finally got to the Whatman Park that we reached via a footbridge. ...
... the Chinese have finished ruining it by building a mammoth hotel and casino there - though recent reports suggest I may be too late). Also, one of the guys who inspired me to travel in the first place happens to be currently camped out down there. Ladies and Gentlemen - I'm going to go see the TravelPod legend and all round good guy Mr ScottWoz.
... from Haymarket station but it was due to leave in less than fifteen minutes. Back to the taxi rank. Hightail.
The decision to go to Haymarket was not only made by us. There was a lot of people at the station. We knew it was going to busy but hadn't expected it to be this bad. Finding seats would be difficult. The plan was two would rush a head and two would carry bags. Cheeky I know but tough. Sometimes you gotta ...
... been: San Blas Islands, snorkeling off deserted islands.
The unhappiest I have been: Cartagena, Colombia - second time around. Heartbroken and isolated.
Number of times I found creatures in my shoes: none
Types of creatures I would look for in my shoes: Spiders, Scorpions and Cockroaches
Country I enjoyed the most: Panama: people, San Blas, Spanish school in Bocas.
Country I liked the least: Bolivia. Filth, danger, ...