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Well I have been back for over a week now. This extraordinary experience is beginning to fade now I am in this new chapter.
I am so grateful and humbled by the whole experience. As I spend Christmas with cherished friends and dear family, I realise just how lucky I am.
The support I have had from really wonderful people who are kind and caring also humbles me. This entry is for them to say a huge THANK YOU.
HAPPY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE.
SEE YOU NEXT TIME.....;)
... that I have been able to share this trip with a few others. Dani for 6 months which was an amazing part of the trip. The animal shelter in Langkawi and the staff there that I enjoyed so much. Gary and Bhavik from the states who I met in China, then Hong Kong then Malaysia. George and Vasso from Greece whom I lived in Ger camps with in Mongolia (don't worry guys, what happened in the camp stays in the camp!) and then also met up with in Beijing and Sebastian ...
... and I have to reduce my speed even more for safety. However even at my slow speed I soon catch up with a slow moving car which is plodding along behind a large artic truck. After plodding along for a few miles behind these two vehicles the road straightens out and its now our chance to overtake this slow truck. I wanted a few seconds expecting the car to go first but as he just sat I decided I'm going to pass both car and truck. With my indicator on I gently pull out ...
... After the tour we had a light lunch at the cafe then drove onto Durham. The A1 was diverted at Berwick on Tweed via the A682 to where it joined the A1 just before Newcastle. Very nice farming areas with lots of hay making and sheep. Found the accommodation but no meals Sunday so had to walk 10 mins to a hotel. On coming back to the inn we had a great conversation with people in the ...
... were massive, manpower was virtually limitless and monumental building projects were the mark of an emperor’s greatness, Hadrian set his idle armies in the west to building the wall. (Parts of those same armies were fighting like madmen against the Persians in the east, but it was all quiet on the western front. Yuk, yuk.)
(I can’t resist this aside: If you think the west fighting the east, Europe fighting Arabs and Persians (Iran) began just ...