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... The left hand SHIFT button is only half the size, so I keep hitting the / button instead of capitalising things. It is fustrating not having a pound symbol on my laptop though. Whenever I am speaking about money I have to type out pound and I think the locals think I'm weird for doing so.
I have had to educate them in a lot of Australian things. Like the fact that yes it is summer when we have Christmas, yes I have seen a kangaroo, no nobody uses ...
Loaded the Boomer with all our gear and set off around the dreaded "biggest car park in the world" (M 25) and then reached Stisted, near Braintree in Essex. We went to have a quick lunch with Ronnie and Homer. Old friends - we calculated together that we last met up in 1989. So good to see them and see how they had renovated the inside ...
... that looks at Brits going abroad in the last few centuries. The main reason I took this class was to see what the British have to say on this topic. I have obviously looked at this topic before in Australian history classes and world history classes back home. I am lucky enough to have a very easy timetable, getting Tuesdays and Wednesdays off each week. That is essentially two weekends every week!
Tomorrow will mark one month since I moved into The ...
Sat 11 Oct
In the morning I walk back to the depot. I decide that enough is enough with this tyre, so they locate and collect a new tyre, fit it, and by 11am I am back on the road again. Axa pick up the tab for everything except the cost of the new tyre (a Michelin Pilot 4 for €130). Good service.
I ride rapidly on the highways as far as Charleroi and treat myself to a last ...
... edge of a woodland. We had arrived in Lincolnshire.
Wednesday, we stopped for morning tea at a picnic bench in a little village, where we had a very interesting chat to an architect working on projects in the area. Apparently a lot of the farms and houses south of the River Humber were owned by the local Earl and his wife, so we commented, "well we hope they wouldn't have minded us camping on the edge of their property last ...