Before I write about whats been happening lately, take a look at the picture above.

As you can see, the sign says that the 17.26 train the Llandudno is on time.

Yet I’m waiting for the 16:26 train, its 4 minutes late, and there’s no mention of it. So basically, they just list the train after it as being on time. Whats that about ?

Loads interesting adventures coming up.

Obviously, I’m off to Munich at the end of this week, with Dan and Glenn.

At Easter, Im going camping to Llangollen. Ive also been thinking some more about my trip to the lakes.

One one hand, I want to do a kind of dice man, where I arrive there, maybe rent a car, maybe sleep in a tent, maybe stay in a hotel, whatever I like, a week of pure spontaneity, with some “touristy” peaks in the daytime.

On the other hand, I want to do a “proper” walk. I’ve decided that the Cumbria way looks pretty smart, and by sleeping in Hostels along the way, I can travel light.

On reflection, I cant do all of this in 1 trip, so I’m going to do them as 2 separate trips. If any of this sounds interesting and you want to come along, give me a shout.

I went to a leaving do for Chris and Mel from Unitron the other day. It was the first time I’ve been to the London Bridge in Stockton Heath, and it was a superb pub.

Tmro, my assistant Dan, is attending an Anti Virus seminar. Not just that, but its at Old Trafford, with a tour of the ground included !.

 No much else to tell. On the work front, all of our technical infrastructure stuff is ordered, Its just a matter of waiting for it to arrive.

TV wise, Hustle finished the other evening. Ill miss that show. Ive also started watching something called the Finder. I cant decide if its quirky or cliched, only time will tell.

For the rest of the year, I’m intending to visit Sofia, Tallin and Israel. If your reading this and your interested give me a shout (Ill be giving a talk about my adventures in Lisbon and planning a weekend city visit, at the Chester Globetrotters meeting at Chester museum on the 17th of March).

Near and far, the search for adventure continues…


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