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Travel Blogs from Ashby de la Zouch
We woke to very heavy rain which didn't stop till about midday so we decided to stay put. Mid afternoon, the sky was full of very heavy cloud with the odd bit of sun and we thought we would go further on. While getting the boat ready we realised just how strong the wind was, so we stayed put till morning.
We set off quite early for us and the water was fairly still. The wind had dropped considerably. We set off ...
... 7,020 MT per Week 1,002 MT per Day 42 MT per hour 700 kgs per minute Equals a **** load of crisps being pumped out 24 - 7!!! Lee West from pepico took us through some information and a presenation about the plant and some of the goals and objectives they hope to meet. We were lucky enough to see the process from start to finish and then back in the office sample some chips as all that walking made us hungry. We were done. We left the factory about ...
... Guess we will have to find a new favourite.
Slight hiccup at the check-in counter as the attendant tells me my luggage at 33kgs is 3 kilos overweight. Brief moment of concern until I remind her that she has not factored in the extra 15kgs that Malaysian allows for sporting equipment. Thanks Malaysian. The flight is about as good as can be expected for a 12 hour flight. I ...
... a wreath in the centre.
Within the Arboretum is the Millennium Chapel of Peace and Forgiveness where, at 11 am each day, an act of remembrance takes place. The whole touring party (minus Panda who left yesterday) attended today. Following the two minutes silence, accompanied by the Last Post and Reveille, there was an introductory talk about the Arboretum. We then spent a half hour wandering through the gardens before returning to our journey back to ...
We decided on this castle for 2 reasons.
1. It has a tower that you can climb.
And 2. There's a secret tunnel. What else could you ask for in a castle.
The Castle was a Norman fortified manor house built in the 12th century by Alain de Parrhoet, la Zouch, out of Breton, France. During the next three centuries it was extended by his relatives.
In 1643 Henry Hastings (the new owner) made a few additions to the castle, he ...