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... uncle and her cousin Rachael. It's always interesting to meet the family members of your friends. It gives you such a great glance into the way they grew up, and who they were. Plus you get all the good embarrassing stories.
On Monday we spent the day relaxing and exploring a bit more of Swindon. We passed by one of Swindon's landmarks - the magic roundabout. Possibly one of the most complicated traffic zones known to man, the magic roundabout is like ...
... a problem, but not a happy ending for my Dad who had to pay for my new passport when I got back.
What fascinated me most about India were the people, their attitude and outlook on life being like no other I’ve ever witnessed, or become part of in the world. I remember feeling fed up on the bus journey back to Delhi, the huge traffic jams and horns beeping making the time seem longer and more tedious. When I told Dave, who was ...
... repair. Don't really care if the air con isn't working, but I am not happy with no radiator cooling fan. It has been so cold up to now that it didn't need the fan but if it does warm up then there is a risk of overheating and damage to the engine.
And finally, when I was looking at the car to see if I could get the fan working Jean got one of the new chairs out of it's wrapper and sat in it in the sun. Woohoo.
Off to Hastings in the morning.
... exit to reach The Royal Crescent, so often photographed, yet never showing its size and magnificence so very worthwhile seeing it for real! While the front facade of the Bath Crescent houses was designed to be uniform, increasing the sense of grandeur, the houses themselves varied according to the taste of the owners.
I visited 1 Royal crescent which ...
The time had come for us to depart Didcot Parkway for the last time as fare free passengers (thank you First Great Western).
The day began with a meeting at the Prince of Wales opposite the station to say our final farewells; probably the hardest task of our travels. We should be able to conquer most problems but that departure nearly had us getting back off ...