Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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... about what they do. I like getting to see that.
Back to the point, I love travelling. Relatively speaking I have done a lot of it too. I live near an airport, I can leave work an hour early on a Tuesday, enjoy a few beers with chums in Dublin, and get back to work an hour late on Wednesday. But I've never backpacked; I've never had a holiday far in excess of two weeks.
Having spent much of 2014 finishing ...
... subsequently fallen out of favour.”
I find it fascinating that I am here where one of the greatest British racehorses to grace the English turf stood. The Godolphin Arab was brought into England to become probably the most important breeding line for the British racehorse hierarchy nearly three hundred years ago, and was buried here having died at the ripe old age of 29 years. And as for the suggestion that a picture was carved into the earth here like the white horse, ...
... br> Each dial was physically removed and the newly-communicated settings locked in to one of a possible 26 settings. The dial was then reinserted. This gave a possible combination of 159 and eighteen zeros of supposedly unintelligible cipher text.
I mentioned earlier in the first message that there was a plug board of numbers in the machine. Those possibilities were also altered daily.
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... in Peru and Argentina. Packing was a challenge this time because we are doing so many different activities and flights, each with there own packing requirements. Some we can take everything, others we only have a backpack. All adds to the experience! 6am start tomorrow heading to Heathrow for our 14 hour journey to Lima via Paris. Let's hope all our luggage makes it! Stay tuned for more posts as often as we have access to internet! Until then, buen viaje and hasta la vista.... ...
The thing is you see........I'm no PROCLAIMER; so walking 500 miles is just out of the question! But, I've committed myself to a 200 mile trek across the north of England and I need to get in shape. Ok, so I know that the Wainwright Coast to Coast Walk is across what is probably one of the narrowest bits of the country, but hey, it's still 200 miles. As it happens, I'm not exactly out of shape, what with doing ...