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I can't believe you slept in Andorra but decided to leave before 24hrs.
Did you know:
The London Marathon was officially renamed the London Snickers in 1990, it has never caught on though
I have now visited the kayaking venue for the Barcelona Olympics, and plan to collect the set. Much better than Olympic Stadiums!
Visit all the places Richard has been to but I haven't, in alphabetical order. Next to Iceland!
I dont need these new-fangled "websites" when i have this!
Will update soon. I sense Andy is trying to regain 1st place in Europe...
Weekend-bagged. Including Andorra La Vella (nice river) and slept in, but didn't pass the 24-hour barrier unfortunately... Driving up mountain roads on the wrong side is very good fun.
I almost forgot, Milk Hill, Wiltshire, 295m, bagged! (Took long enough...)
Not suprising at all! Any game including Narvik would have to be awesome!
I finally played "Ticket to Ride - Nordic Countries" at the weekend. Surprisingly, it is a very good game! We should play it some time. Not sure I'll be able to resist all the other versions, with exciting additions like stations and passengers...
Disappointed that I saw the answers before the questions!
1. Lifts (much safer than walking, harder to get run over :D)
2. Kosher glue!
Ooh, maybe Israeli stamps aren't recognized by various other postal companies
Walking presumably. Something about tabs? Or potentially trilingualarity?
What form of transport is considered the safest in the world? There are over 120 billion journeys using this method every year in the U.S. alone.
Pub quiz question of the week:
What's unusual about Israeli postage stamps?
Must the BBC always ruin its April Fools pranks by labelling them: April Fools Prank?
Happy Birthday Dad!