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I can't believe almost a year has gone by since the start of my travels. I am now serving up the last portion of my pun and food filled blog. My 'Taste the World’ trip is now over and I have gained knowledge and experiences that will last a lifetime and it has certainly given me an appetite for more!
I have returned from the trip of a lifetime, having travelled across 5 continents by bike, bus, boat, train, ...
... nice and comfortable seat with a light meal served during the trip. The carriage was only partly full, so I had nobody sitting opposite me and could stretch out, since the seat could partially recline.
The trip was uneventful and passed fairly quickly, even though it was over two hours long. As the train lines are sometimes run through valleys in the French countryside, I could not always see very far beyond the ...
... resting our feet and preparing for tomorrow's train trip to Oxford. I am very lucky to have a wife that cheerfully endures and indulges me. Not many women would thrill to the idea of being dragged through museums dedicated to subjects she knows nothing about, and cares for even less. I may let her off her leash for a day somewhere that has shops selling handbags and boots. That will probably be the same day I head off with the boys to the Tank Museum at Bovington. Fair ...
... was perfect and Narelle did a wonderful job getting us here in the dark. The Motel is budget as we expected but unfortunately we are on the second floor and the lift was out of action. As there was no one around we went through our cases in the car park and picked out things we needed and just took in our carry-on from the plane. The beds look fine and that is possibly what we need more than ...
... and dreary, just near the Thames Floods Barrier.
We couldn't take the train from Shoreditch due to line work, so were put on a bus driven by a Scotsman who didn't know his way around. Terry and I were the only people on this double decker bus, and at one stage on Whitechapel Rd the driver got off to ask directions, leaving the motor running. We got there eventually.
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