Ramada Encore Milton Keynes
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... From there we walked over to watch dozens of people lining up to fly or skydive in a chamber that seemed to have a jet engine fan blowing through it. When the instructor had balanced the person going for a ride, the fan increased its speed and they both shot up in the air about 50 feet before slowly floating down again. After two or three shots they were pushed out and someone else took their place with the instructor.
Walking back to the ...
... the fire in the pizza oven was going right to plan. Funny: Deb was sworn to secrecy by the Don but it only lasted from the back door to the safari hut as good tales need to be shared. The Don, as we all no is a real sleuth, able to smell out a dead rat at fifty paces, he is the one that John assigned map duty to on his departure, one to guide us all round Europe. We needed some semolina for the pizzas and as he was going back to the house was asked to bring some on ...
... well surfaced without being hard, and there are interesting things to look at all the way - permanent houseboats covered in old bikes and ratty tarpaulins; temporary houseboats just passing through, usually much smarter, with potplants along the roof; cows in fields and other walkers passing with their dogs.
Gos had brought a picnic lunch with all the nicest things, which we ate watching a wonderfully picturesque bunch of Friesians standing ...
I think our jet lag caught up with a bit today and we pretty well just took it easy all day. I have some pictures of the view from our room. About 11:00, we went to see an outside market that had mainly antiques. I forgot to take any pictures while we were there.
We bought some small mince pies and some goat cheese items since Nooni is lactose intolerant. We had the cheesecake for dessert tonight and it was delicious.
Nooni had the day off and worked on ...
... myself out of my comfort zone and learn something new or gain new experiences, to become a better human being. Last year I learnt to skydive, and found it a bit boring, so where am I supposed to go from there? The answer it seems is everywhere! Improvement and bettering myself is an ongoing and evolving process and I'm looking forward to the opportunities I'll have travelling to really work on what I consider my sticking points, so that ...