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What turned out to be a BIG upside to our dreary time in transit limbo zone was that, when we were finally issued with boarding passes, they were for 'World Traveller Plus' seats. That extra bit of leg-room for the overnight flight and additionally attentive service made the waiting well worthwhile.
Bearing in mind we were due to arrive back in England at 2pm on a Sunday afternoon, after an ...
... we knew it we were back on our bikes to complete the latter stage of today’s leg – to our hostel just outside of Chatham.
After arriving at the hostel, and being preyed up upon by a weird lady who had a soft spot for Dodson, we took to our room and despite being shunted with the worst beds ever, we are looking forward to completing a few more miles in the ...
Ok. So I'm finally ready. I leave tomorrow for a trip from London,
England to Bangkok, Thailand. I'm riding with Marcin, a Polish rider who
has been living in England for the last 11 years and is now emigrating
to Australia. I'm stopping in Thailand, at least that's the plan.
I'm travelling on a BMW Rotax single, the G650x Country, my companion is
riding a KTM 990 Adventure. Chalk and cheese really, I want to travel
as light as possible, he wants more power and ...
... Pinky and I'm The Brain - this matter, though hotly contested, was settled by a very drunk random guy in yet another of London's pubs many years ago. Of course, if you know Elizabeth, you'll know that she's actually The Brain).
I spent a day galavanting about London, taking my laptop to the doctor only to be told it's normal for it to give me electric shocks - perhaps it's how it tells me it loves ...
It was off to the London Eye where we got on quite early on Sunday. Great views of London of course. The trip takes about 40 minutes. After that we headed across a bridge and met up with a lot of runners doing a 10-mile London Race. After that it was out to Regent Park. Amazingly beautiful rose beds and other flowers also. A great place to spend an hour or two.
Next day it was off to Hampton Court via the ...