Premier Inn Alderley Edge
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Pretty lazy start to the day, and as the sun was shining decided just to go for a walk around the village. Pretty little place, the old village still has the village green and adjacent village hall. A couple of pubs, and we did a big loop around. Back for lunch and a quiet afternoon. Haven't had many if these relaxing days. Not often you see pumpkins in the UK, I'd never eaten them til I came to Aus, so think these must be for ...
Up early and kippers for me then caught the bus up e hill to Princes street and to the station. Got there early enough to catch the train before the one we had planned on and fortunate to get seats. Enjoy traveling by train the countryside looks so green and for quite a ling way we were parallel to the ...
... match with Man U winning 2-1 which made Dean very happy. We spent some time looking around the stadium before making the trek home. The trip home was horrendous, stuck in traffic most of the time. It took over 5 hours to get home. To say I was happy to get out of the car is an understatement. All in all despite the traffic and the drama it was a good experience. Dean would say it was the highlight of the trip so ...
... was an overweight man with a lot of tattoos and two large dogs. He talked all the time and was clearly lonely after his recent divorce and loss of his home and family. He and the other two men would disappear off to work first thing and return home at the end of the day, so the site felt fairly empty.
On arrival I took Treacle out to explore the surrounding woodland and within 5mns of starting she ...
Reading this blog has been so informative - the conditions, the mental and physical strains at Base Camp and here the climbers are at Advanced Base Camp.... truly epic!
Advanced Base Camp
From where I’m typing in my tent I can see the monstrous North Col
looming over our Advanced Base Camp, a jagged white wall of snow and ice
that peaks at just over 23,000 feet. Here at 21,000 feet I’m higher
than I’ve ever been and am ...