Holiday Inn Express Kettering Corby
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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Last full day with my darling sister Yvonne. We went to Bedford with Chloe and Sophie and had a great time shopping and having lunch. Said my goodbyes to the girls and their partners for the next few years. Love them so much. Yvonne and family have given me such a wonderful time and I am so thankful for the special memories we have ...
... straight to the remaining handiwork that was used to effect five years of no human leaks among 12,000 people.But for those of you into mind-bending brain-teasers, from the code guide:
"The drums on the Bombe each represented a rotor on the Enigma.The Bombe had 108 drums, each vertical set of three representing an Enigma machine. The drums were set to offsets corresponding to the menu being run and were connected with plug leads, ...
Kelsey is out with the girls so it has left me with a perfect opportunity to crack on with some bits and pieces. I left work early to get to my 5:30 appointment for my second of 3 Hep A & B Jabs. No issues but I still don't like them...this coming from a guy that broke his leg. The nurse and I also discussed Malaria tablets. She is kindly going to write up my timetable for taking the tablets and ...
... sustainability and so on. A very grand scale, charitable educational trust, but couldn't help feeling the whole thing is a giant money making machine. however...It was stinking hot, particularly in the rain forest biome, billed as "the largest rain forest in captivity". Parts closed due to temperatures north of 45C. The heat wave is really sticking around, and seemingly taking its toll. Then back on the road, with a brief stop for, yes, pasties, at Tavistock, a very ancient ...