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Leaving Dover at 9am, we struggled through the English traffic to Milton Keynes, and Bletchley Park.
A lot of work has gone into making this a worthwhile place to visit, and on the whole it works. The kids found the multimedia guides interesting, and there were enough interactive exhibits (even if some of them didn't entirely work) to keep them interested.
Lunch, and off home!
All the animals seem well, phew.
... in a bar for a hut, but the best was seeing 3 countries in 1 view!!!! São Paula - busy busy place, England's hopes are over, an unfinished stadium. Weird street performers and gate crashing Thompson tour party (again ask) Belo Horizonte - the best burger in Brazil!! Atmosphere and songs in the stadium, and some infrastructure to the city which made a change. Getting lost looking for our transfer after the match ...
... I’ve noticed I’m the only one walking around smiling like an idiot. People are much more open to talking to me. I sat down and had a cup of coffee with a young lady backpacking her way across the country as well. She agreed it was nice not only to talk to another traveler, but the only she’s met in London with a smile on their face.
My shoulders and calves feel the toll of the weight, but it seems I’m getting used to ...
... the Himalayas and many, many more.
So, who are this team and what special skills do they each bring to this mighty expedition, I hear you say? Well, there's me, of course. A man who always has a spreadsheet handy, perfect for analysing which dodgy bit of the trail to choose next. I elected myself Head Hiker in a moment of pure egotism. Basically, I'm a control freak!
Then there's Steve ...
... and works as a NYC police officer. Hills is a math teacher here in Oxford, and he used to be a PA/Dean for the program.
The football match was a lot of fun. We had some time before the match so the adults all went in to a sports bar near the stadium for a drink. The England/Australia cricket match was on, so Tom E. explained cricket to me a bit. I actually understood it, although Hills started quizzing me on ...