Holiday Inn Milton Keynes
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... From there we walked over to watch dozens of people lining up to fly or skydive in a chamber that seemed to have a jet engine fan blowing through it. When the instructor had balanced the person going for a ride, the fan increased its speed and they both shot up in the air about 50 feet before slowly floating down again. After two or three shots they were pushed out and someone else took their place with the instructor.
Walking back to the ...
Left London in drizzle during early morning commuter time, so the streets were busy. Headed out thru Buckinghamshire towards Oxford, arriving about 10 am.
Right where we stop the coach in Oxford, there's a memorial to the 3 martyrs who were burned at the stake for being Protestant during the reign of Mary.
Had 3 hours exploring Oxford. Such a quaint university town with lots of colleges on the High Street. Walked down to and ...
... that this is a recurring theme in my kidnap scenario imaginings); and then there's the 'ooooh aren't you brave' side (said with a slightly surprised, slightly pitying expression while thinking that I clearly have no friends, family or indeed functioning relationship of any kind but I do have a minor personality disorder and/or a surfeit of emotional issues that I'm running away from). Now that may or may not be true but I honestly don't think it's ...
... myself out of my comfort zone and learn something new or gain new experiences, to become a better human being. Last year I learnt to skydive, and found it a bit boring, so where am I supposed to go from there? The answer it seems is everywhere! Improvement and bettering myself is an ongoing and evolving process and I'm looking forward to the opportunities I'll have travelling to really work on what I consider my sticking points, so that ...
We had a leisurely breakfast before setting of to spend our last night in the UK at Hemel Hemstead with the Walters family. They have just bought a house in the London stockbroker belt which is about a thirty minute drive from Heathrow Airport. Had a good trip down and found the place with no trouble. Went out to the local pub for dinner as David and Ptoly were in the middle of having a new kitchen ...