The World's End
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TravelPod Member ReviewsThe World's End Northampton
I had a terrific venison sausage and mash withs Belhaven ale. Traditional pub fair in a traditional pub locale right on the royal mile, We were seated directly across the open door of the kitchen...which can be a good thing or w scary thing. They had 3 guys working in ver close quarters and did an amazing job.
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Woke to blue sky and sunshine. Not what I've been told to expect of the UK especially in winter but I'm sure over the next couple of months I'm bound to find out the real weather. We went for a drive not far away to a park to walk there dog Arnold. Came across a guy walking his dog and his eagle, strange sight that was ...
... a problem is encountered, the Japanese Encephalitis booster that Sue so badly needs is no longer available. She will have to start the course again! ''Oh dear more expense,'' the nurse simpers. She checks through the rest of the booklet and we breath a sigh of relief that nothing else is required. The receptionist who takes our payment gives an apologetic smile, ''It's getting expensive these days.'' And we hand over the best part of £300, make our ...
... and water systems are oftentimes much older. Just because things are older doesn't mean that they can no loner do the jobs for which they were designed. The problems in many cases is that the jobs the hardware was designd to do has gotten a lot more complicated. When the PDP-11 based equipment was installed, that chunk of British airspace saw a fraction of the flights it does now. The desks are operational, and playing back radar data in a training mode.
Please note that our itineraries are not set in stone and can be subject to change.
Days 1 to 7
We depart Cape Town and drive northwards for a day through the Cederburg Wilderness Area, an area of rugged valleys and
peaks. We cross the border at Orange River and enter Namibia.
The semi desert is quite a contrast to the more fertile terrain we have been used to. The night sky ablaze ...
So the plan is as follows;
- Less than two more weeks left at work, finishing on Saturday 17th March.
- Night out with everyone I work with to say my goodbyes :-(
- ROAD TRIP - with two of my friends for a week to inc a gay bar and lots of universities, testing out my sleeping bag and sleeping on lots of floors - good practise for camping in Africa I ...