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Feeling so much better I took a trip on the train, sorry for my long absence!

Looking forward to posting more images and really catching up with all of the missed posts and comments from the past few weeks. I hope you are all having a good week and I am happy to be back in the blogging-sphere… best regards to you all. J.

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I think most people consider the idea of a ‘bucket list’ of things they would like to do, experiences that they would like to try or, most often, places they would like to see as part of some kind of ‘greatest hits’ highlights of their lives. 830 more words


Platform 1, the new Victoria

Friday 17th April 2015, 4.20pm (day 1,331)

I’ve been in Manchester most of the week, although this hasn’t been apparent from the pictures. Victoria station, after years of being a rather dowdy old hag, is starting to recover from her major surgery and looking rather promising with it. 38 more words

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The Rules of Iarnrod Eireann Club

1st RULE: You do not talk about Iarnrod Eireann Club.

2nd RULE: You DO NOT talk about Iarnrod Eireann Club. I mean it Bridget! Otherwise every other gran with a travel pass will be at it. 101 more words


Six Days Seven Nights - The Third Night

Now, this is an LP trained and experience in operating a passenger train and he showed his class. Terrific acceleration and precise deceleration at every halt enroute and he was able to manage the Rewari – Delhi Sarai Rohilla almost 25 minutes faster than the morning saga where our express train was made into a passenger. 1,025 more words


Thailand to Cambodia - Traveling by Train

There are positives and negatives to everything you do, especially when it comes to traveling.  In this post, I am going to break down exactly what we did, how we did it, and why the pros far outweigh the cons when it comes to journeying by train to Cambodia. 1,179 more words