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Having been in a position in which I felt I had achieved so much in life, from school, college, university, moving to Manchester, Sweden and then home again these past three weeks I've spent travelling around six countries has sincerely opened my eyes. The world is a huge place with so much to see and do how can anyone truly be content! With over another twenty five countries to visit I am ...
... face. Proceeding onwards, we passed through several sets of steel "nuclear proof" blast doors and into a huge and secret former Soviet submarine base. Expecting OO7 to make an appearance at any moment, we were then led though avast and at one time TOP SECRET Cold War facility. WOW!!! Whilst undoubtedly very secret, the actual technology looked reminiscent of a lawn mower service centre and the knobs and buttons had a distinct 1950's gas cooker ...
... on its victims.
We were led in to the main conference room and then some smaller rooms, laid out exactly as they were 68 years ago. These smaller rooms were probably break out areas when the delegates were put in to syndicate to discuss a key question: ‘Consider the dismemberment of Germany in to six further nations. List the benefits and disadvantages. Put your findings on newsprint and be prepared to present your finding to the rest ...
We arrived in Yalta on Sunday morning, another beautiful day. Yalta is continuing its reputation as a prime tourist spot of the former Soviet Union with the building of new hotels and apartment buildings that presented a pretty scene as we approached from the Black Sea. After a thrilling ride in a bus almost too big for the narrow, curvy, crowded streets we went into ...
... puree! and a real pea puree: opaque, wet and cold...It's
10 o'clock and I have to wait 11.15 am for the descent of
the first cabine, cable car, down to Alupka and the seaside coast. I am the only tourist...I film this trip on the cabin. In 5 minutes I'm down, where the Sun is shining and the temperature well over summer than to 1200 meters above sea level.
Later I lost myself again between the resorts and private beaches. The weather tends to rain... I ...