Travelodge Reading Whitley
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... car arrived at first, the medic helped to get Derrick out and comfortable, he asked where he had come from, I said Africa, that is when things went belly up,
Another ambulance turned up, a hazmat team, contamination suits, police, newspapers, we couldn’t go anywhere for 5 hours, when we did, it was to Northwick Park hospital isolation wards
He went one way; I had to go the other way
The next time I saw him (the following day) he was wired up ...
... is a big plus in this weather. There is, what appears to be, a fork in the river. In fact it's the Kennet and Avon canal entrance. The path is clearly signposted here and I cross over the canal by means of Horseshoe Bridge. This bridge was built in 1839 and has deliberate high sides - to prevent towing horses from being frightened as it's such a high crossing. Leaving the canal behind me I am now skirting the edge of Reading. It's tempting to stop for a cuppa as I pass an entrance ...
Well that's what it felt like!
It's now 3.30am on Wednesday 13 August and the wondrous jet lag has kicked in. However we are home safe and sound albeit missing a few bits and pieces.
I'll now fill in how the last couple of days have been. On Sunday morning we stayed in bed in our hotel room till around 11.30am. It was pouring rain outside so there didn't seem any point in trying to do/go anywhere and to be honest I think we were ...
... girl which is why we were able to stay with them. They're in the middle of doing renovations but they're on hold for the moment.
We dumped our stuff, got changed and chatted with Nick about what our plans were for the day. We had to get in to London by 4.30 to get our London Pass before the office shut down so Nick described what train to catch and off we went. There was a closer train station at Castle Barr Station but it's not part of the main track so doesn't show on ...
I caught a taxi to Heathrow from the office after a fairly busy day and didn't have much time to think about what I'm about to embark on. Somehow when booking the trip I managed to get flights to Delhi on Virgin Atlantic upper class for what seemed like economy prices. I couldn't click 'book' fast enough. Then got a ticket on Jet Airways from Delhi to Kathmandu. Wow good deal. So I arrive at T3 ...