The Earl of Doncaster
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... So go return for £566, which is what I planned for.
Have booked into a nice hotel for my 1st 4 nights, in a quiet part of Thamel district in Kathmandu, so I can eat in the cafes, but get some sleep at night. They will pick me up from the airport too.
Need to book flight to Nepalganj next, and decide which Safari Resort to stay at ...
... here years ago. We'd spotted a brown tourist sign for the Black Sheep Brewery, couldn't remember seeing that before, we went to take a look. Amanda wanted go because they had a gift shop that was probably full of cuddly sheep related things, I wanted to go because they had a baaaa. And yes they did call it that. We arrived and went to the baaaa. "A pint of your best ale please barkeeper." I asked. I stared at the perfectly presented pint of beer and thought "This must ...
... we'd got that one wrong but we had. We trudged onto the shuttle bus and headed for the right one. We'd used online check-in so all we had to do was drop our bags and pick up our boarding pass. We stood there waiting for something else to go wrong while the lady processed our flight. She handed us back our passports and told us we'd been upgraded, she must have seen the worried look on our faces. "Upgraded, you're still sat next to each other ...
... more border crossings in the EU the most time-consuming is always returning to Great Britain. We queue and slowly shuffle forward. For the first time I am asked to remove my flip-up helmet completely so my country can decide if I am me. At least this time we are not pulled for a search as we were last year.
Sunday 24 August
And so we are home again after 60 days on the road. The only concrete evidence the new stickers ...
... luck at the gee-gees tomorrow.
Speed and such
75 miles today and highest average speed of 13.3 mph and second highest downhill speed of 35 mph, not quite topping my 36.6 mph yesterday when I was coming down from Tan Hill. Going through my mind when I hit these sort of speeds are the accidents which occurred when attempts were being made to break the sound barrier. I can't remember all the details but normal wing formations couldn't cope ...