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... of the country. There are a few nature reserves I'd also like to visit, just to strip back to the bear essentials with nothing but the natural planet around you, it's revitalising. I looked at 'off the beaten track' places to visit and I want to see some small towns in the middle of Vietnam that look interesting!
I managed to get an approval letter from the Vietnamese government very quickly for my visa ...
... it in the morning. In the moonlight I encountered a moving medium black shape in my back garden. To my surprise it was no a cat, but a large rabbit. After giving up slowly chasing the rabbit around, the rabbit came up to me by itself, interested in smelling my pants. I can't remember the last time that I stroked a rabbit, and it's been a long time since a stroked anything at all. This short friendly encounter was the cherry on an already great day in Oxford.
... the sticks on the edge of Birmingham on my own and didn't understand a word of the calculus lecture which was covered off in the first two hours of the stats module!! Sarah got me into the Halls of Residence along with the rest and explained calculus and it was all go from there. She married a fellow undergrad and they have three great kids - amazing to think their kids are now the age we were when we were at Uni. We took morning tea in the sunshine ...
... the canals.
For those with faster connections, here's a 10 minute timelapse video (can be viewed in HD) of a recent trip up to the shops by boat : http://youtu.be/MtrV4FPf8j0?hd=1
(the trip took 2 hours - by car its 10 minutes!)
Here are some pictures of our narrowboating ‘adventures’.
... for commercial transactions. It was not new – built in 1924 – but was easily transportable and the German armed forces universally adopted it - luckily with few modifications. The Enigma had a clever three rotor system for scrambling ordinary messages. These were typed on a keyboard and variable starter settings on the rotors produced a scrambled message, which was then read off a second, lighted keyboard. The result was then copied, transmitted ...