Days Inn Fleet
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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This trip is the accumulation of 2 years worth of planning, saving, drunken conversations and countless hours of day dreaming.
In 11 days we will be escaping the 9-5 and will start our 9 month trip visiting the Indian sub-continent, South East Asia and South America. The final countdown ...
... The following breakfast time, I was idly flipping through a travel magazine and saw an article about Ruta 40 in Argentina. It sounded interesting, a bit edgy (in modern parlance) and seemed like an idea which should be turned into reality sooner rather than later. In the initial stages, Lin wasn't too keen on the idea - at least not as keen as me and threw in a number of objections. It was a long way away, the language barrier, ...
Started packing for Vietnam. Gonna go for it and not take any jumpers. Just a raincoat for the lingering monsoon.
I wish I'd done a bit more research, but it feels good to tell myself it's too late to do any more now.
Still haven't reviewed this rubbish Fairport convention review for the F-word - I think it's going to be one for Vietnam. Reviewing a terrible, terrible 70s folk-rock album whilst drinking ice coffee somewhere in Hanoi.
Spent time ...
... was Grafham Water but the midges made it impossible to stay there for more that a few minutes; I give the prize for the worst lake to that at Hevenigham Hall because of the sign "private - no bikes".
There were several days of wonderful riding but the best was on Day 5 from Thetford to Southwold. Here I cycled through wonderfully peaceful lanes with hardly any traffic and surrounded by lovely countryside, one pleasant surprise being cycling across ...
... and not too taxing but the last mile was quite steep and I had to get off and do some pushing.
Once I was over the high point I had a glorious descent down through Pishill to Henley's Fair Mile. This is a really attractive valley and much better coming down than going up two weeks ago. In Henley-on-Thames I stopped in a cake shop for tea and a Belgian apple tart. Unfortunately almost ...