Premier Inn St Neots - Colmworth Park
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... decide to grab a few drinks from Tesco, and order in a delivery from the highly recommended Chinee Takeaway - big mistake... Monday July 15. Quick drive through Bath to see the Circus, on to the magnificent Royal Crescent, then off on the road to Lynton, with a scenic detour through the Cheddar Gorge, and a brief stop at Cheddar for a taste of some real cheddar, bought a piece of vintage and a mouse knife, followed by a sip of "leg bender" cider - phew! Back on the road, detour ...
... spider in it's web, you can just see the spider above and to the left of his right eyebrow!
We visit Cambridge, and take the obligatory trip in a punt, but, not even a family of swans can keep Gabriel awake!
... missing family, friends and cats. When being away it was the 1267 steps and jumping out of a plane!!! Paul - Missing home comforts & the cats. Skydive was a huge challenge. The Abel Tasman walk was a physical challenge. 16. When did you miss home the most? Rachel - when we got lost in Kuala Lumpur. Paul - At Moke Lake in NZ as it was just too cold!! 17. What surprised you during your trip away? Rachel - how well I can cope without doing my makeup ...
... at 9:30 and met a very cheery Steve Prior who picked us up and took us to the classroom! It was a very relaxed atmosphere from the start, Claire and Sam are joining us on the IDC and Sams partner Jim participated in the course but can't attend the IDC. After some introductions and refreshments it was time for a break!
We managed to go through all the knowledge reviews before a delicious lunch put on by ...
... expecting to go over the top. Fortunately i am not expecting to be going into anywhere near the kind of danger that he was exposed to, and any kind of anxiety i do get shouldn't be so easily exposed in my handwriting. In this Travelblog i am hoping to capture and share at least some of what i experience whilst away, keep a few minds rested that i am safe and well (not looking anywhere in particular) and with any luck impart a bit of wisdom gleaned on my travels.