Premier Inn Taunton Ruishton (M5, J25) Hotel
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... word as boredom during the whole trip. Just the opposite in fact, the hardest part was deciding what option was the best most of the time.
Huge thanks to all the friends I met with on the way, it really gave a special dimension to the trip seeing known faces in unknown places. And thanks for the hospitality too. Also for the comments and support through the blog, I've enjoyed them immensely.
Christ this is starting to sound like a bafta-award winning speech, so ...
... summer solstice sunrise and the mid-winter solstice sunset. Knowing this I can't help but speculate that the hill might actually be linked somehow to the equinox.
November 1st in many cultures is the Day of the Dead, when the spirit world and living world are the closest. Perhaps we would see some of Titania and Oberon's humble fairy subjects. (Titania and Oberon are the Queen and King of the fairies in Shakespeare's A Midsummer Night's ...
... Delhi! I remarked to Richard that it was also foggy in Delhi, till I realised it was smog not fog! We are collected by a driver from our hotel and we set off!
Nothing can prepare you for your first traffic experience in Delhi! The closer we got, the more intense, 3 lanes means five, horns are used to tell other drivers your are there, like some kind of audible sonar on a grand scale! One thing for sure, drivers in India are some of the best! ...
... very pleased to see Barney. "Come here, dog." Barney and Mr Fisher played together for a few minutes, whilst poor Miss Washington was left holding the bicycle and a very empty blackberry pot. Barney and Mr Fisher then kept out of the way whilst Miss Washington gathered blackberries. Both of them knew that it was best not to interrupt a busy woman. Eventually, the three of them walked home with the bike and an overflowing blackberry pot. Barney ...
... foillowing by talking lots, this seemed to make him cycle faster and I just talked more and kept pace with him, he accelerated again and I kept up with him. I thought he kept looking round at me a lot and it took several miles for me to work out what was troubling him...he thought I was a nutter on a bike talking to myself when in fact I was a nutter on a bike talking to HQ on my headset - he was half right.
OK Bridgwater came and went, next ...