The Sheet Anchor
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... br> Back in the car at around 2pm, we headed to Buxton in the Peak District. This is where our navigational and driving issues really came unstuck with us making it to Buxton after 6pm. Our route passed through some picturesque landscapes but I can't say I really appreciated them. The line ' it's all part of the adventure' was wearing thin after the third or fourth wrong turn...
It took us about twenty minutes to locate our hotel once we got here ( and it's not that big a town!). ...
... they are happy to share the cycling experience with someone who holds them up and complains all the way home ;) I didn't have a chance to take photos today but fortunately my much fitter and faster cyclist did, so you will be able to share some of the sights of today. If you are interested in the actual route we took I have put up 2 photos of the route map. The actual ride is logged on "map my ride" We had lunch in Cafe Salar- excellent soup helped us dry out after a sudden rain ...
... with “Sugar Coated Iceberg”.
A ten minute walk back to the car was followed by a 5 minute drive to get off the car park which is exceptional on behalf of the police, car park wardens and festival organisers. We were prepared for a thirty minute delay or more but it all went very smoothly. Another great Godiva Festival. We’ll be back next year. We even made it back in time for the pub quiz at The Beacon, which we won of ...
... over 3 years! Over 200 stitchers took part in the 13-year painstaking project.
Time to say hasta luego for now. We'll return to Wimbledon for a couple of days before resuming our tour of the Cotswolds!
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... I am is known as "The Potteries" because this where lots of pottery was made way back when.
21. There is a term called 'plates of meat' which is basically 'feet'. So you could say "My plates are killing me" as in "My feet are killing me"
22. They also have phrases that involve the word "duck" as well. For instance, if someone says "Ta duck" they are saying Thank you.
23. When asking a British person what nationality they are they rarely say ...
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