The Saracens Head Hotel
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We had planned to make an early start today, after yesterday's rest day, however our host, Miv, had other ideas. During breakfast we engaged in stimulating conversation with Nadia, a 40 year old Jordanian pharmacist, who was intrigued by the walk we were doing and the ideas of change which we are trying to promote through our pilgrimage. She was keen to stay on another night to deepen the discussion had there been any chance to do so. By the end of ...
... Well with just over a month to go, I've decided to tone down the training walks a touch....I simply don't want to peak to soon (ha,ha!!). Future walks will be maybe once or twice a week, but of the longer variety.............plus the golf, of course!!
Before I end this particular entry, I should record the pre-walk get together of our illustrious group. Now this is where Steve Forbes came into his ...
... put myself through the undoubted pain of this mighty challenge? Some reckon that it's my penance for being one of those nasty bankers all my life and ruining the economy!!! But no, that's not it. The truth is, early last year, Tim Horan (one of my best pals and a co-walker on the trek), mentioned that his son David was planning to hike up Mount Kilimanjaro AND did I fancy going too??! Well, I have to say, that the prospect of clambering up a 20,000 ...
... Sat Nav to calculate an alternative route and it sent me back through the town of Aylesbury towards the M1. I got pretty excited because she sent me through the "magic roundabout." As you know, you should go around a roundabout in a clockwise direction. The "magic roundabout" has smaller, satellite roundabouts positioned in multiple locations around it. This allows the driver to move around the roundabout in either a clockwise or ...
... prompt sunny natures I wonder? We were certainly greeted with music, shell necklaces & a song by the hotel staff & are now very used to men in sarongs with flowers behind their ears. As most Fijians are 6 footers (and we’re including the women here) they wear them well.
We’ve come back to a Britain sporting some wonderful autumn golds in bright sunshine and a MASSIVE pile of post. As ...