Premier Inn Milton Keynes Central
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Ok so 2 weeks ago I quit my job, took all my wages, sold ALL my stuff and booked a flight to Hanoi, Viet Nam for a 2 month travel expedition!
Now, I don't really know a lot about Vietnam, so I needed some information, I didn't want a plan, but preparation was key to me, everything was down to preparing myself for it. So I could tackle any problem head on. If I could survive tubing in Laos, I could survive ...
... with whom I officially am entitled to two meetings. Great weights of expectations and anxieties felt off my shoulder. For 10 pounds I enjoyed a lovely fish starter and main, probably the most costly meal during my stay.
My fellow Philosophy of Physics grad students took me out afterwards for drinks at the common room in the University College, where a.o. Bill Clinton graduated. After a spirited game of Fussball and lovely new ...
... several people coming to find out about us. Graham, the speaker, got everyone to pray for us and for the mission. Worship was good (including several Matt Redman songs) and the talk was based on Psalm 126: If we have laughter and songs of joy, the world will see that the Lord has done great things for us. (My paraphrase).
We then went to the Fisheries Inn for Sunday lunch, which was very good. We also phoned Mick and discovered how to fill the central heating ...
Today I was put in the car and taken from Neport Pagnell to the War Museum at Duxford.
As its called a war museum it is mostly comprised of aircraft the were used in all the wars.The first building was dedicated to restored planes and they covered a big floor space and there was planes from the first world war to Concord.I had my photo taken with a lot of themand actually sat in concord that was the fastest passenger plane in the world at 1420mph going ...
... on these boats in permanent or semi permanent moorings - there is a definite the romantic appeal to the liveaboard life, and it’s cheaper than buying a house! (Although perhaps not so much anymore - yearly mooring fees in London can be very very expensive).
Travelling around the canals on these boats involves a lot ...