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Hungary – Day 3

Thursday was March 15th, Hungary’s National Day, a remembrance of the 1848 revolution. Unlike the UK, lots of places were shut. The breakfast bar that I had planned for my early morning fuel stop – shut; the corner shops –

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Hungary – Day 2

Today I was up early and ready to do a lot more with my day. After a buffet breakfast that set me up for the day I took a tram to the Castle Hill district. I was so early that

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Hungary – Day 1

Today was the start of my last minute holiday to Hungary.  I stayed in the Yotel at Heathrow Terminal 4 overnight on Monday so that I wouldn’t have too far to go for check-in very early on Tuesday morning. The

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Fun on Two Wheels

At the beginning of the year I took the motorcycle CBT course with my friend Mark. I thought of it as an experience day, like flying in a microlight. Though I had ridden a scooter in Taiwan, I wasn’t sure

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90 Year Calendar In Weeks

It is with a wry smile that I remember the number of times that I have avoided an important task by reading blog posts and articles explaining how to avoid procrastinating. While it may not have been the most appropriate

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UK Election – Part 2

Just a little something to lighten things up after my last post:

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UK Election

There is only one more sleep until the general election on 8 June now. As if I needed another reason to vote against the Conservatives tomorrow, Theresa May has said today that if human rights laws “get in the way”

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