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... Tonight the plan is to meet Chip at 'The Bear' in York before having supper at Ioanna's. Her folks arrive tonight and tomorrow is the 'Big Day'!
The meeting with Chip at 'The Bear' went off as planned. I walked into Oxford alone with Kary and Kathryn following by bus. I took a wrong turn and got there by a circuitous route, beaten by Chip. We settled down in the lovely old pub, reputedly Oxford's oldest, with a picture of Bill Clinton taken exactly ...
Tomorrow Pete and I set of on our intrepid adventure to Nepal. We fly to Kathmandu tomorrow via Delhi. A word to the wise to anybody flying via India-you need a visa to pass through the airport, even if you are just changing flights. It's best to organise these things in advance and not leave it until 5 days before you are intending to fly!
... walking for what seemed like miles we came to a bridge which would enable us to reach the Acorn (our guest house). What we quickly discovered was that our pleasant walk had taken us miles from our street. I am not exaggerating. A lady in a corner store told me, with a look of sympathy, that Iffley Road was a long, long way away. I was almost afraid to tell Margaret, who had come to the end of her resources. Over a large glass of lemonade we (Margaret) decided that we would catch a ...
... feeding and bathing an elephant for the day on 16th Nov in Baanchang Elephant Park! Wow! Another update soon!
Good news for me (!) the Quantas flight to Bangkok is BA so no need to worry if the engine is going to fall off...Hopefully they will have sorted out the problems by the time I get to Singapore!
William Blake was so caught up in the construct of his creative process that his wife served him an empty plate for dinner three nights in a row. She was trying to support him and at the same time encourage him to generate some income for the family needs.
Similarly Einstein was asked for a train ticket by the conductor. When he couldn't find it, the conductor said, "don't worry, I recognize you." When Einstein kept looking for the ...