Ramada Encore Milton Keynes
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... VOA), which I would pay for and pick up on arrival. After much deliberation I decided to go for the 3 month multi entry visa, this gave me the flexability to go anywhere in S.E. Asia. I wanted as much freedom to roam as possible and this seemed like the best option for me.
After I'd tied up a few loose ends I was ready to go, which was handy because I had 4 days till I flew out there! EXCITED!!!
Free food is the best food. It is maybe cliché, but the PHDcomic sure captures that aspect of student life in my case very accuretely. The zeroth week, before the classes start, is filled with introductions and free food everywhere. Moreover after a meeting/event there is free food left over, and I just can't stand throwing away food, so ...
... back garden amongst the menagerie of farmyard animals in a scene very reminiscent of "The Good Life".
From Sarah & Andy's, we headed south west (still in Herts) to a little place called Tring. Joe Dawson was Mark's boss at Kooltherm Insulation, Mark's last job in the UK (1997). Not seen him for about 15 years so great catch up. They live in the middle of nowhere, near a canal, with a long back garden which backs onto fields and ...
... and Santa monica, not bad at all. great weather watched the weirdos and loved every second. Back for beers and a marginally quieter one.
Downtown and beverly hills, chullin more and a bigggggggg bar crawl, not bad at all.
Charles picked me up andwe checked out ontario mills and spent time and money in the discount mall, like it. then headed up to the hills to the camp at which he works, they had the close down banquet which i felt ...
... and the reverse procedure adopted to read it. Thus, provided the starter settings were known (they were changed every day), and the internal wiring of the machine was known, any messages could be decrypted.
Luckily, some Enigma machines were liberated from occupied Poland (escaping Poles had thoughtfully uplifted some), and another one was captured from a submarine. So the wiring was known and copied. It remained to decipher the changing starter ...