Ibis Sheffield City
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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... for Guy Fawkes day. For anyone unfamiliar, a dude named Guy Fawkes tried to blow up parliament in 1605 and failed. To celebrate his torture and execution, the people lit bonfires and the tradition has continued through the years. It's a bit odd, but then again so is Thanksgiving to the British. So anyway, we saw a huge bonfire and fireworks last night.
If anyone is wondering the weather is mid 50's and rain. Everyday. Really, it doesn't change. That just about covers it for now. ...
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In those moments of calm, when the nerves and anxiety subside, I just can't wait to get there. It's somewhere I've wanted to visit for so long, and at this stage it still doesn't seem real, that in just over 7 days time I will be stood on the Great Wall. As China blocks Facebook, Instagram and Twitter ...
Photos reveal that I am wearing everything I brought with me - all at the same time, plus Di's pink smurf hat - I was a little bit cold on this walk! And then I was a little bit hot and so on.
Into Hathersage ( where Chris and I had our wedding party last century) and had a quick coffee before getting bus back to Sheffield.
Saturday night was a big party at Di and Frank's so there are no photos of that! Lots of fun ...
... shaped like a funnel. There can't be too many about as the line only ran four ships between 1919 and 1922 and one of them sank while another blew its boiler. It was a brave, if ultimately unsuccesful, move by Garvey. Attempting this straight after the Great War, when some soldiers of the Empire had been shipped in chains to fight for freedom, he was determined to show that Afro Caribbeans could manage their own destinies. Hence my title New Thinking. Kerhuel is certainly ...