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Our stay in the United Kingdom this time is only about five days. We had travelled fairly extensively throughout the British Isles on our last trip and we always had planned to head South. The few days here were really only for getting over jet lag and for playing golf. Having done that, we hit the road to head to Birmingham and our flights to Spain.
Along the way we stopped at a charming English town ...
... essence of my dilemma now, the cost of shipping my bike versus selling and buying. I’ve grown used to my bike, I can do many minor repairs and I like the idea of traveling around the world on my current, trustee companion. Sad to say but I’ve grown really fond of my bike even though I know it is an inanimate object. So I solved my dilemma not though objectivity but more by emotion. After all, emotion will beat logic every time.
... before we take the Ferry to the U.S. More on that later. So Ferries booked, B&b's booked. Money ordered and just to be sure we got ESTA's as well, we were all ready to go. We also decided to book a Travelodge at Knutsford on the Sunday night so no danger of getting stuck in traffic on the Monday going to the airport. All that needed doing was the suitcases packing and we would be ready to set off. It's official now, I'm ...
... song was a slower, more reflective one, and the tambourines stopped. The songs were mostly from the mid seventies, and the church seemed to be in a time warp. However, we had a great welcome, and most of the people came to say hello. The sermon was good, about being Christ-like. Sadly they didn’t have teas and coffees afterwards, which is a missed opportunity for fellowship.
After the service we returned to the café in the High Street for their ...
... heart of the Bazaar. Our journey continues as we head north of Dohuk to the Dohku Dam for a traditional Kurdish picnic lunch. After lunch, we head towards the smaller border town of Zakho to see the Delal Bridge, a stunning stone arch bridge over the Khabur River and orient ourselves with a walk through town. Later in the afternoon we return to Dohuk where we have some free time to explore, take tea in one of the many chaikhanas (traditional tea ...