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... cease its falling. I had taken myself off from my friends for the day, to spend some time on my own to seek some clarity. I knew that something was brewing and a decision about ‘something’ needed to be made. Sat in that snow, having fallen clumsily into it, I had my moment of clarity. I told my friends of my intentions later that evening.
Hurtling down the smooth tarmac of the southbound M1, I looked out over the rolling fields of ...
... passports created much interest and prompted many questions – mainly regarding our sanity.
Having been administered by Morocco since its legally dubious annexation in King Hassan II’s Green March of 1975, Western Sahara remains a territory effectively under military rule. Tensions can and often do spill over into bloodletting; just two weeks after passing through it ourselves, the region’s main town of Layounne played host to an ...
It might seems like I’m describing one of those scenes that we occasionally see on TV of an African country descending into anarchy and upheaval, where innocents are driven from their homes in petrified chaos. Happily I’m not. We had in fact chosen to travel – unwittingly – on the Saturday before the Muslim festival of Eid Tabaski, and it seemed as though the town’s entire population was on the move with ...
... up their latest brochure, just to have a look at later
There was an awful lot of 'small group’ company’s there as well, 10-12 people with specialised tours, made specifically for you (along with a hefty price)
India was represented, but it did just seem like they were the usual companies, Kuoni, Saga, Thompson, Thomas Cook that did package trips, with a few custom holiday companies from India, the prices didn’t reflect ...
... view of London. From there, it was a further 152 steps to a full height of 85 meters up from street level, where we found ourselves walking around the uppermost dome of the cathedral in the Golden Gallery. Seeing London from one of the largest cathedral domes in the world was an experience I won't soon forget.
Descending a total of 528 steps to the cathedral floor again, we headed down into the Crypt, where we saw the tomb of Lord Nelson and several ...