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It took 86 days to register our QLD VW T5 Transporter Frontline campervan in Dublin. Let's see if the Brits can beat this record!! Drove to Swansea Wales today to pick up some forms from the DVLA office. Austerity measures have certainly helped this fine Country An eleven hour return trip keeps the money ...
... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
... Heathrow to Hammersmith station where we sat back and people watched and laughed at all of the strange and unusual people we saw. It's was like a completely different world for sure! We made our way over to St. Paul's park where we sat down and relaxed and waited for our bus to Wincanton, which is a beautiful little town in the Country. A family friend offered for us to stay with her for a few days to unwind after our travel as we have pretty ...
Almost exactly 150 years to the day since the famous (or infamous) murder at Rode Hill House (the actual event took place on 29th June 1860), the current owners of the house opened the gates as part of the Rode Open Gardens day.
The murder recently returned to prominence thanks to the rather good "Suspicions of Mr Whicher", which has been on the best-sellers lists for quite some time. The murder victim was ...
... comfortable and roughly a constant diameter the whole way down. Not consciously, because consciously believing that would be ridiculous. Anyway, GB had a section of tunnel called "The Devil's Elbow", a wet passageway so slim I couldn't even get my elbows under my chest to aid in wriggling forwards. Instead I lay belly deep in muddy water and thrashed with my boots to move forwards. The Devil's Elbow exits at a 5 meter drop in a big ...