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... 8217;ll admit it back home I use
the same brand, know what the packaging looks like so I can just grab them on
the run. I tried to do the same at Boots but it went a bit wrong…. So I walk
into the lady section and see some familiar brands. I see a sale on regular
pads, with the usual statements on the front, so I grab it and pay. In and out
of Boots in under two minutes. I then go buy some food and meet up with Nick. When
it comes to try ...
... here, as did countless military ventures.
The Roman Palace at Fishbourne was the best in Britain when it was built 1900 years ago - it came to a fiery end, but is slowly being uncovered. Very interesting work going on in the lab with a 3500 year old tibia, from another site, being dusted off!
Chichester with its cathedral and olde town well worth the ...
And so, eventually we landed in Gatwick and stepped right into the 1960s. I had never been to Gatwick airport and so was previously unaware of the existence of a time portal which forced the main terminal to stay in 1965. After our virtually perfect European train experiences, our train into London was delayed for half an hour due to a signal failure north of Croydon, which was of little surprise to someone used to the British rail network. ...
... br> their mirrors when they change lanes one has to be so quick and alert and so my
right hand and right foot is always on the brake levers while going through this
traffic just in case I need to stop instantly. The whole journey from joining
the M25 to well passed Heathrow Airport was very bust indeed and I must have
passed well over 10 000 cars in those few miles. At some points there were 5
lanes of stopped cars!!!
Once off the worlds longest car ...
... a little from the crowd
Via the Forbidden Palace, chop stick shopping, steamed dumplings and walking along the Great Wall of China
Via a few hours in Russia with no access to money, relaxation time in Denmark, finally seeing that frikkin' mermaid and a bit more bacon
Via sailing across the North Sea, tackling Londons wonderfully user friendly public transport system, holding onto our final tickets and just a few hugs...