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This trip really began back in February when I won some money in a competition on Dickinsons Real Deal on the television. There was enough money left over, after we had booked to meet our great grandson in South Korea, to book a cruise. We decided on the Caribbean again as we had enjoyed it so much the last time. We will be visiting some different islands this time. We thought it would be ...
... to refer back to (I do love Cambridge Library - put in "League of Nations" and you get 1365 entries, or something along those lines). But I already had a list made that I could refer to. Very handy indeed.
Now I promised three more blogs. Granted, that was to finish up on 30 November, but I'm sure you don't mind the blog extension. So first things first, the items that I am most glad I took with me or bought for ...
... to enable the Allied forces to decipher the military codes and ciphers that secured German, Japanese, and other Axis nation’s communications. The result of which was the production of vital intelligence in advance of military operations. Bletchley Park also heralded the birth of the information age with the industrialisation of the codebreaking processes enabled by machines such as the Turing/Welchman Bombe, and the world’s first electronic computer, ...
... which shuts at 8) and we settled down for quiet night No 2 on the lake (Bryan had cleared it with the ranger earlier). Back to Peterborough tomorrow.
Arrived about 10.30. Bryan went off to catch the train to London as he has to collect his prescription from the doctor. Uneventful day. Bryan returned about 5 and he was rather tired. Early night tonight methinks.
Ely is a small market town in the centre of the Fens. It was once an island in a marshy landscape and renowned for its food resource in the form of abundant eels - hence its name.
Years of mining peat for fuel resulted in the land dropping and becoming ever more waterlogged and progressively flooded. Dutch engineers were called in and they did what they do well - namely building canals ...