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... picked up some words from them; I tried out the word for 'thanks' (blagodarya) on her and she understood me, or at least was kind enough to say she did.
Dave left for Manchester late afternoon. After that, Mum and I went to Hemel Hempstead to have dinner at Kate & Andrew's. Special mention to the delicious bread & butter pudding!
Back in St Albans, at about 11pm I'm getting a train to Gatwick for my early-morning flight back to Bulgaria.
... and looking absolutely identical to how he does now, in 1989 when I was at Nursery school... I saw in the local paper yesterday or the day before that apparently he has retired from busking now, though.
After this quick look round the market we had lunch at Little Marrakesh, a Moroccan restaurant I'm very fond of. They do a good set lunch deal; a starter and main for £9.95. They do an amazing salmon steak with vegetables in a creamy sauce, served sizzling in a tagine. ...
... my own video of it flying)
Which is a great shame of an aircraft that was so valuable during the war, it was just so versatile
It was actually faster than the Spitfire (well it would be, it had 2 Merlin engines)
The Merlin Engines were fitted to the Spitfire, The Lancaster, The Hurricane, The Mosquito and the P51 Mustang (which really imoproved its peformance)
The Mosquito was made from wood, built ...
... walked to the cathedral before needing to get back and pick up our luggage that we left at a drop off spot. 5 bucks a bag. We got on train #2 and that was about an hour ride and got on train #3 (mind you we have to carry out luggage off and on and up and down stairs to different platforms). The countryside is beautiful and really reminds me of Oregon, getting off #3 we had like 5 minutes to get our train to Bury St Edmonds, that was at Cambridge, we grabbed ...
... to peck at their heads. Within seconds, the ducks gave up their attack and swam off. The coot spent the next 30 minutes or so just patrolling up and down until all the birds had left and went back to the bank on the other side and disappeared among the greenery. It may well have been defending a nest but so far we have not seen any young ones. I think it was just a natural peacekeeper. Who knows.