Wyboston Lakes Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Reduced mobility rooms
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... If you think MG takes better pics than me you're wrong
If I've missed anybody out it was not intentional and I hope the issuings have been shared (I didn't want to send it to everybody in my Contacts, 10 would have been far to many)
For people like Jean La Tete who only check their emails once every six weeks, it's probably autumn now and you're reading the postings in reverse order.
Look forward to blogging next time.Love from Nick and MG ...
... hornbills and Pygmy elephants on the Kinabatangan River, Borneo Kayaking on the Nam Khan down to the Mekong River, Luang Prabang, Laos Giant fig trees strangling Ta Prohm and the Buddha faces at Bayon Temple, Siem Riep, Cambodia Living with elephants at the Elephant Valley Project, Sen Monorom, Cambodia Drinking beer on the pavement and motorbike mayhem in Old Hanoi, Vietnam The enormous caverns at Halong Bay, ...
... in detail how to get out. There were two stone markers which had previously lain in the graveyard for 1,000 years and I did find them appropriate portals through which to try to understand how the people that were laid to rest under them had lived their lives.
From the church we set off for our 'natural’ destination for the day. It’s an easy walk out of the village and gently up to something called the Wandlebury Ring. Now we are on this eastern side of ...
... fun and games began. We realise that one of our cases of hand luggage does not quite fit into the Easyjet gauge and we may have a problem. Nick then sets about trying to remove the wheels by jumping on it. We have now become the live entertainment for all the bored and half asleep Easyjet passengers- great! Eventually an airport employee comes to our rescue and takes Nick off to remove the wheels with wire ...
... he's always been slightly bonkers! Well, he's taking it to extremes this time and is trekking up Mount Kilimanjaro in February. Why's he doing it? Cos' it's there I suppose. But he's also raising money for Mencap at the same time under the catchy strap line of 'David's Kilimanjaro-a-thon' - nothing to do with me, I promise! Deep respect David!!!
Anyway, back to the 14th December. Because David is gonna be climbing up this ...