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After quite a full 10 days away, visiting family in Cheshunt and Norfolk and catching up with some friends in Islington, we returned to Charis at Autherley Junction and met Paul who had been watering our flowers in our absence. He had done a very good job too. We moved just a couple of miles further north and stopped in the middle of nowhere at some very good moorings (with rings), intending to move on to Brewood early the next morning to get to ...
Hugh took possession of his new Lorry today - Volvo, twin steer, 8 wheeler - 20 tonne. (You say "lorry" - we say "truck"). Gwynne and Hugh are in partnership and have lorries carrying stone, gravel, lime etc to farms and businesses in the area. He was most excited and we went down to Welshpool to see it before the body is painted. Gwynne and Hugh take much pride in their lorries - winning various prizes in the truck ...
... we booked tickets and started planning.
Our decision was to have one night in Edinburgh and spend a few days driving up there stopping at a few places that we didn't know, north east England and south east Scotland being the part of Great Britain that we known least well.
I started off from home and then stayed at Julie's overnight because she had a bit of work to do on Friday.
Not a lot to write about today. Up around 5:00am and then into two cars for the drive back to Heathrow via the car rental depot. Bob and Lorraine Phillips will travel with me in one car while Gill and Colin Cooke will take the second car. The others are all leaving later in various configurations as not everyone is going to Heathrow today.
We are to follow Gill as he has the GPS ...
... Erbil after breakfast, we pass through Koya in the mountains and down through Dukan (Lake Dukan being the largest man-made lake in Iraq), arriving into Sulaymaniya, the second largest city in Iraqi Kurdistan, and possibly the most relaxed and cosmopolitan, being a university town. We witness first hand the terrible legacy of Saddam Hussein as we visit the Amna Suraka (Red Security) buildings including the many prison cells and torture chambers ...