Borough Arms Hotel
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I can't believe it, but the day has actually arrived. There was no queue at the check in desk, we are through security, and we have had breakfast. We are now sat watching the dawn break over manchester airport; it's not as romantic as it sounds... ...
After only two short weeks at home, attending two weddings, catching up with a large number of friends and family and having the most wonderful tea cooked by mum last night I'm ready to fly again! I'm writing this in Manchester airport and the weather outside is vile! Not a bad time to be leaving the country. I'm heading to Tokyo and so far my research has consisted of asking Pabs and Emily where they'd recommend and watching 'Spirited Away' but on ...
Since the last entry, Paul has broke his camera and bought a new one, Phil has broke his camera clip (and not bought a new one because Paul fixed it) and Ian has become a Grandad!! Phil has had a few rides out in the early months of the year, as has Paul. Paul is having his bike seat adjusted to fit his fat **** and Phil's bike is booked in for a full Service in mid-April. It's just 10 weeks away now until our first foreign trip. Soon be here ...
This is is what the next 10 days has in store! Updates as and when possible!
http://www.macmillan.org.uk/get-involve d/fundraising-events/event-detail/539/n epalhikingchallenge/daybydayitinerary
You will be flying with Jet Airways from Heathrow Terminal 4.
It has been requested that I make a blog posting of some cultural "tidbits" that I have noticed since being in the UK. So I have created a list of things that are different or unusual to the "US culture" in no particular order. As I think of more or learn new things I will make new blog posts as well.
1. Chips are crisps and fries are chips. They also sell "chips" in bags like potato chips and its literally a dehydrated french fry like you would expect an astronaut to ...