Ramada Manchester Salford Quays
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Laid here at 2.47 am not able to sleep. My toes are wriggling with excitement! My head is filled with airports, shows, weather, outfits, cocktails....the list goes on ! ;) Know I need to sleep but it just not happening! Had a lovely pre holiday day little wander round Trafford ...
... a window seat (hooray, my favourite) and had great views once we had cleared the rain clouds over Malta.
I managed to spot the mountains of Corsica then the weather really cleared as we crossed the snow-capped peaks of the Pyrenees; the good views continued and I saw the Eastenders map come to life as we flew over London. The sun was shining as we flew ...
After reviving ourselves with a cappuccino in the cafe-with-a-great-sea-view, we walked along the prom towards the centre of Bugibba. The streets are lined with jewellery shops, far more than the town looks as though it would support, plus lots of (shut, its too early in the season) cafes & ice cream places. We were amused to see a cocktail bar & sun deck called Bognor Beach (also closed) as one of our daughters ...
... It means that fighter jets (which do not have sound suppressors) come thundering through the valley at about 300 metres. Even Des thought they were a bit noisy! An interesting feature of the area was that many of the houses were of drystone construction ie no mortar used to construct the stone walls. We even saw a three story hotel that had been constructed in this manner. Onwards to Manchester where there were over 200 cotton mills in ...
... the slow, steady progress I’m
making with the team. My next goal is simply to reach the top of the
Col, something the Sherpas did in under three hours today; I’ll be
satisfied with five.
It was a very tough hump up here from Base Camp, and many of us have
not yet fully recovered. Eighteen miles with a 30-pound ruck is nothing
at sea level, but the 4,000 foot gain at altitude really leveled many of
us. My wife Susanne had ...