The Crown, Stoke By Nayland
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I went online the day before my flight from Kathmandu to change my seat number. The reason is that from the right hand side of the aircraft, you get the most stupendous views of the mighty Himalaya. Up at 38,000 feet, you can see the white mountains and the brown valleys for mile after mile. I sit next to a middle aged Tibetan Buddhist monk in his crimson and saffron robes who stares in silence and a young man dressed in an orange gilet and bright ...
... WiFi and go to our comrade Costa for a decent flat white and to catch up on the blog. We go through our morning ritual of repacking all our belongings into our packs and departing our room, once again leaving the souvenir smells secreted overnight from our humming shoes. Walking alone today means we don’t have to worry about getting out on the track quickly as I know I will cover the terrain faster by myself with a lighter pack. It is 11am when I bid Debby farewell. She ...
Wow today was crazy. Lots of checking in to my new job. No one seems to really know what’s going on but I now have a phone and a rental car. On that note, driving here is terrifying. I’m not great at driving a manual and because I’m not used to the left side of the road I must have clipped a dozen curbs today. It’s so embarrassing. I’m nervous to have to drive to work tomorrow alone. ...
... can only be described as, wobbling down the isle and asked where seat 28e was. now I'm no expert but when you walk down and you pass rows 17,16,15 and so on shouldn't something just click that you just might be heading in the wrong direction. the 2nd woman then asked if her seat was the same; well I sincerely hope for the sake of the Ryan air death toll that they weren't sat on each other's lap. I would just like to add as ...
... for me to spend a week in the sun??
Broaching the subject, yes, Nick was keen to go.
Eventually a fuller conversation was had, and I asked the leading question...
"Do you want to go and if so, who are you going to take with you?"
"You of course!"
I had supposed that a "Boy's Toys Tour" was for boys.
In our usual way, planning for time away needs careful thought.