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It has been about 5 months since I've last updated my travelpod. I've returned to England from my second journey out to sea, again with no prevail.
The glaciers and icy weather conditions were still present throughout the majority of this voyage, and I found myself in a predicament several times because of them. Luckily, neither my ship, nor I, suffered any serious injuries, and I was able to continue my trip as planned.
We stopped when we reached calm ...
Journey so far.... Two taxis cancelled and train terminated at Stratford as car hit a bridge near Liverpool Street! Tube strike made it more complicated but contingency plan came into action. Tube to Waterloo, train to Feltham and bus to Heathrow!! Now relaxing at Heathrow having a ...
... collect at some point this week. All other visas we will sort out along the way.
I don't really know where to start in terms of journal entries, so for now I will keep it short and say I intend to keep an up to date blog, which i hope will be entertaining to read and keep you amused along the way.
I'll check back in a few days time with something productive to say and hopefully a tad more interesting to read.
Tuesday 11th Sept. We left our digs in Watton and headed towards Colchester, our stop for the next couple of days. It was not very long drive, only about 45 minutes. Before we booked into the hotel we visited Colchester, a very old city which goes back a very long time in history. Of course time had changed the city a lot but there were still some snippets of old early history left. Like Norwich the Castle and Museum ...
Discovered in an article by Jacqui Furneaux in the latest edition of the excellent Overland magazine:
"Travel is fatal to prejudice, bigotry and narrow-mindedness, and many of ...