To answer the question as to how things were going with myself and
we were already discussing the prospects of visiting each others homes, mine in Weymouth Dorset at the time and her's in Tallin and elsewhere, but still some milage to get out of Sharm el Shaikh.
With not a single bone of religeon in my body I was very much looking forward to Day 2 as not only for the prospect of some serious Birds but also a visit to one of the Worlds most famous eclesiastical buildings and sites!
SAINT CATHERINE'S MONESTARY
after its trait of flying to altitude with a bone, releasing it to smash on the rocks below before eating the jolly lot!
On the far easied decent we located our first ever
but got distracted by firstly the fantastic
nesting in the cracks in the stonework and finally a lone
before muzing on the cost of this 'charabang' at just £5.00, lunch included, but the day wasn't over!
Again joining the
the good times roll, let them knock you around.
Let the good times roll, let them make you a clown.
Let them leave you up in the air,
let them brush your rock and roll hair.
Let the good times roll,
Let the good times roll, won'tcha
Let the good times roll
Let the Good Times Roll - The Cars
Though knowing little about it, architecture is one of the joys of my life, if only pleasing to the eye, having visited many of the Stately Homes and Cathedrals across our Green and Pleasant land. My singular favourite, with mind still wide open, is surely from the secular division
where you get 2 for the price of one with the Jacobean in the foreground and the more distant Tudor, but for the secular it is doubtful there will ever be anything to top
with its unique