Hilton Milton Keynes
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... Keynes famous black and white concrete cows, but couldn't find a place to stop and see them properly so we carried on to find a windmill. It didn't look much from the road , but as you got closer the windmill was huge and really impressive. It had been used to grind barley and wheat for the best part of the 1800s but then became uneconomic to run, and was bought by the council for a pittance in the 1950s and has been restored to working condition. ...
... strain, she would ask how many miles to go, a quick glance at my Garmin and there it was. Not sure what day it was, but she asked, “How far now?” “15.7 miles” was my reply. “How far now?” she asked again. “15.5 miles” was my reply. Ok I knew were on a bit of a hill, but 0.2 of a mile. It reminded me of taking my girls to the seaside and them asking “are we nearly there yet?”
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... br> Sunday 7th
After a quick banana for breakfast we moved a mile down the canal as we had made arrangements to meet some long standing friends (Joe and Cathy Silmon with Josh and Sarah) for lunch after church. The bonus was that they brought lunch with them. We had a very happy afternoon catching up and hope that we may be able to meet up again on our way back later in the year. No more cruising now until tomorrow.
So I've decided to go travelling, and have set up this blog to both keep people up to date with my exploits and just document it for myself. How this actually turns out I'll have to feel out as I go as this is pitched at a few different types of people, but anyone who's been on the receiving end of one of my monologues or rants should know what to expect! And whilst I am a grammar and spelling nazi I'm typing on a keyboard a third of ...
... outside our hotel.
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~ Marvelling at the wonders of Asian street electrical spaghetti.
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~ Discovering the wondrous variety of tuk-tuk’s throughout all of South East Asia.
~ Finding out just how much stuff can fit on the back of a motorbike.