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Finally I have been granted my 18 months career break from the work from May 2015. Been saving like a ******* since November but know it's going to be worth it. Plus will be selling my camper van (Gonna miss that beauty) and me car to add to the funds. Kicking it off with India so first things first, flights and visa. This is gonna be ...
... in Liverpool in 1965, the Empire Theater. A far cry from The Cavern, below, the Empire seated 5,000; 40,000 people signed up for tickets.
Interior shot of part of The Cavern. About three stories underground, hence the name. The layout of the place is strange. There are three other similar-sized rooms, but that's the band stand at the far end of this photograph.
John Lennon hanging out in Liverpool across the street from his Alma Mater, The Cavern
... were chopped off. Sometime the children were punished instead. This is too much. I go to another floor.
The maritime part of the museum shows the growth of the shipping industry in Liverpool. Models of boats and stories of the Cunard ships abound. There is a special section on the Titanic, Lusitania and Empress of Ireland which all sank within a few years and all had a Liverpool connection. On another floor was an ...
... because there is an optional dinner tonight in Liverpool. I didn't go to that, and so I went into a little village called Frodstum with tow other women and one of them paid for my meal! Sweet.
Tour guide: "Prince Charles married his lovely wife Camilla..."
Everyone on tour: PFFTTT!!!
Tour guide: "Come on now, it's not her fault..."
Today is not sunny. Oh well, I was expecting something like this.
Today we're going to North Wales! It is very nice here, beautiful scenery and friendly people. The language is insane though. Unpronounceable words to us mere mortals.
Llangollen is where we stopped, a little village where we had a stroll, shopped and drank some tea. It rained and rained.