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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 ...
... time was getting close to 11.30 am and we had to return the car, so Rod dropped me and the luggage to the Oxford Train Station and I looked after the luggage and waited for him to return I went up to the desk and asked about train tickets to London Paddington station, the nice station master person helped me out! Then just to wait for the train to arrive. Well it was crazy trying to lift our heavy bags onto the train! But found a place for them quickly and then relaxed for the hour ride ...
... with odd bits of recycling at my feet while Mel took the opportunity to have a short nap too. With pie in the oven, Carys and I went off to join Nathan and Bryan and we all got together again when the food was ready. Earlier, Nathan had found a small car that I had kept handy and played with it on and off during the afternoon and decided he wanted to take it home with him inspite of having lots there already. A lovely end to a lovely Fathers Day.
... 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 ...
... 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 ...