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  • Pre-flight jittersWhat a busy few days! I leave in two days for a two-month trip across India – my bags are almost packed, my out of office is on, and I’m frantically trying to remember WHY I’ve decided to spend my Posted by tegzevans in Eat, Pray, Shavasana | Nov 27, 2023
  • Airport Transfer Hertford Taxi Airport Transfer Hertford Taxi provides seamless and reliable transportation solutions, ensuring a stress-free journey to and from the airport. With a commitment to punctuality and customer satisfaction, our service caters to the discerning traveler in Posted by hamzajan in Airport Transfer Hertford Taxi | Nov 27, 2023
  • Introducing the Grand South East Asia TourThis trip comes with the longest and most painful gestation period in the history of Howards’ Travels. Initially conceived in 2019 for travel in 2020, the year that saw unprecedented restrictions on travel as a result of the Covid-19 Pandemic. Posted by Grete Howard in Grete's Travels | Sep 6, 2023
  • Lousia, Remember That Time in London?Saturday, September 23, 2023 I surprisingly woke up at 08:30 – much earlier than expected after staying up late and with the time change. Louisa had gone to the gym and yoga this morning, but she stopped back at the Posted by Glichez in World Tour: 2023 | Sep 27, 2023
  • FLY HARDWell I got the wonderful news that my flight to Abhu Dhabi has been delayed. Meaning I get there at 7pm and not 9pm. Less time to dream about sleeping as my connecting flight departs to Manila next morning at Posted by gavinbose in Philippines :Jolting Jeepney journey joy | Nov 16, 2023
  • HERE COMES THE SUNI had been made redundant. I didn't want to relocate so they gave me a payout to placate the tears ( violins out please). A sensible person would have been on the job market straight away or commenced the decorating or Posted by gavinbose in Philippines :Jolting Jeepney journey joy | Nov 13, 2023
  • Hertford Taxi NetworkHertford Taxi Network is a reputable and reliable taxi service in the charming town of Hertford, located in Hertfordshire, England. With a strong presence in the local transportation industry, this network offers residents and visitors a convenient and ef Posted by arhanakhun55 in Hertford Taxi Network | Nov 11, 2023
  • Wednesday 27th September 2023Sing this to Cliff Richard’s we are all going on a Summer Holiday Chorus Were all going on a Venice holiday No more worries for a day or two Fun and laughter on our Venice holiday No more worries for me or you for a day Posted by robinstride in Venice 2022 | Sep 27, 2023
  • Last day at the DockyardMy last day here was spent going to see the parts of the Historic Dockyard I missed the first day. Stopped by Boat house 4 to look again at the operations dory and some of the other boats. Then Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 24, 2023
  • The Wight wayAnother gorgeous day, perfect for going across the water to the Isle of Wright. There is every kind of ferry imaginable to choose from. I took the catamaran foot passenger one that takes 20 min. Then a quick Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 24, 2023
  • Historic Dockyard dayWith my railpass done I didn't travel today. Went to the Historic Dockyard, which is a five minute walk. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964071/85D6451F-AE37-4A27-8949-79B418EA4653.jpeg thumb=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964071/thumb_85D64 Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 22, 2023
  • UKArriving in Dover we headed toward Oxford, (we had missed out earlier in our travels) much more pleasant travelling now as the temperatures are back in the mid-twenties. Arrived at a lovely little country pub, The Swan in Ilsey Posted by Seniorcitizens in Roaming in an RV | Sep 22, 2023
  • Whizzing AlongCaught an earlier train to Bath just because. It was an express of sorts so we were really zipping along right past stations. Such green rural country, rolling grass hills and forests. Lots of cows, horses, sheep Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 21, 2023
  • Shipwrecks and FishermenStarted at the Portsmouth Harbor station on "the Hard." . Then headed Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 21, 2023
  • Thought of the DayStorm effects still being felt: signaling problems at main feeder hub creating delays in all directions and train car issues causing some trains to have just 3 instead of 6 cars and not being able to go the whole route. Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 19, 2023
  • A Day in St. IvesHeaded over to St. Ives for the morning. Some neat towns and sights along the way including a golf course which is as up and down as the rest of this part of England. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964071/6C10EE98-7C36-4ACE-8C23-2F5519079AB2.jpeg Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 18, 2023
  • Walking in the RainThunderstorm watch today so stayed in Falmouth. Good thing! Very heavy rain all over with flooding and travel disruptions. It poured here in Falmouth so with lots of other very wet travelers, I went to the Maritime Museum. Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 17, 2023
  • Year 2 of my horticultural journey2023 started out with a 10 day Vipassana course followed by being a server on another 10 day course. In March, I went to [[https://monktonwyldcourt.co.uk|Monkton Wyld Court]], an intentional community in Dorset as I wanted to learn about how Posted by grizzly99 in Adventures around the World | Sep 16, 2023
  • Up the River and Mostly Up Around the TownHeaded down to Falmouth town centre to get my boat tickets then back out to Pendennis Castle before the boat trip. Lots on interesting things to see along the way. [img=https://photos.travellerspoint.com/964071/F777DCC0-BF5D-42F8-B8C4-DFE2C85348E5.jpeg th Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 15, 2023
  • Enjoying the Journey - by Train at lastFound the right transportation today from the airport to Paddington station in London. Arrived just in time to catch an earlier train to Falmouth so hopped on. Seemed like we were out of London and into the countryside in Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 14, 2023
  • Mind the GapMade it to London after a flight delay and then taxiing so long before takeoff I thought we were going to drive here. Sitting in a Heathrow airport hotel admiring the view of the final walkway to the hotel Posted by Seacastle7 in Shipwrecks and Ruins | Sep 13, 2023
  • BathIn the afternoon we arrived at our Georgian accommodation built in 1875 - central location only two streets over from all key sites. Wednesday morning we went out early while it was cool and walked up to The Circus Posted by bonne vie in The big five-oh | Sep 13, 2023
  • Scotland. Again. September 4, 2023 It was a very long travel day for us, but we planned it that way so as not to be stressed with short connections. We left Coombs at 12:30 PM, flew to Vancouver on the float plane at 1:45 Posted by debbep in Wanderlust is an incurable disease! | Sep 10, 2023
  • Heading towards Bath 2We left Neverathon and headed towards Bath on the way we stopped off at the Westbury white horse and Braxton camp - formerly Iron Age fortification not much left other than grassy mounds. The single lane road to the Posted by bonne vie in The big five-oh | Sep 10, 2023
  • Heading towards BathWe headed off from Paddington station, a short 3 minute walk from where we stayed in train to Reading. The trains are easy and quick, we then headed through the town centre to pick up a car. We Posted by bonne vie in The big five-oh | Sep 10, 2023
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