We started in the dark at Paddington and arrived to the sun shining in Cornwall. The overnight train took eight hours to get to Penzance. It was a noisy, rocky trip. The train shunted from time-to-time, rolled and tilted according to the tracks while I drifted in and out of sleep. The end destination - St Mary’s - was 28 miles away and we would need a ferry to get there. We awoke the next morning to a knock at the door and was presented with our ...
So I snuck into Jack in the Green for a few hours on Monday and took a few snaps. I missed the procession - I needed the lay in smile emoticon Naturally, I've blogged about it. Hope you enjoy reading.
Nepal has a special place in my heart and it's upsetting to see the devastation the earthquake has caused. I found out today that one of ex-students has died. I hope aid gets to the hard to reach areas quickly and my thoughts are with all who are affected.
The Disasters Emergency Committee has set up an appeal. All I can say is please give generously. Here the link: http://www.dec.org.uk/
This is where I'm supposed to be humorous and witty, right?
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Highlights so far include interviewing Feeder, chasing The Scorpions across UB, Mongolia, as well as making it on Mongolian TV, hiking to Everest Base Camp and cycling from London to Brighton at night.