Nags Head Hotel
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... so far as it is right on the river (the name gives that away) and has some very fine rooms. However, we did our best to make the hotel room look like a Chinese laundry as we needed a few fresh clothes. I'm not sure what the owners thought of our assortment of clothing strategically draped in variously parts of the bathroom.
... it was against us. The rain stopped as we turned onto the track that lead by the long straight drainage ditches and the wind had turned more to a south easterly and we were heading south west. so it was more of a buffeting than the head-wind we had feared. The drainage canals were dotted with wind pumps of varying ages which had to be built as the land either side of the canals gradually shrunk and then lowered through the win erosion of the ...
... UK roads, good and bad, those familiar, quirky place names, lovely countryside, and just under 3 hours to beautiful Bath. Find the strangely numbered Number 17, pleasant self-catering rooms in an old terrace house, views to the cathedral, across a cricket field. Just lovely. Then it's on foot into town, lunch beside the Avon (Italian?), the streets of Bath full of tourists, and on to the Baths - well, you would, wouldn't you? And they are amazing. Hot & tired, so back for ...
Today we had a very early start (5am) to catch a 6:30am train down to St Neots to meet up with Steve & Jan as well as our fellow future IDC candidates, oh and we also had to sit the strenuous EFR Instructor course.
It is a prerequisite of becoming a PADI Instructor that you are an Emergency First Response Instructor, obviously to become an instructor the course must be pretty tough.
We arrived in ...
I have never written a diary. Never kept a journal. Not chronicalled or recorded my life in any major way since the day i was born. In fact the only time I have ever really seen someone else's attempt at such, was a journal kept by my great grandfather during the First World War. What i remember most from reading it was how his entries would change dramatically, from neatly written detailed accounts when he was safe, to short barely ledgable entries when ...