Category Archives: travel

Patiently I wait……. Well sometimes I do.

I travel.  In fact, I travel a lot, some would say I travel far too much (especially my wife). It helps that I really enjoy doing what I do after I have travelled. I meet some incredibly interesting and interested … Continue reading

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Those were the days my friend

I am continuing my journey through my working life and recalling some of the technologies encountered along the way. Or to be precise, here I will be sharing about the lack of technology and how we managed before it all … Continue reading

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Instant Messaging is nothing new – it was alive and well in 1978

After spending a life changing year doing voluntary work I settled in a small new town in the North East of England called Peterlee. This was 1978, the year I got married – and my wife was the reason I … Continue reading

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Yesterday was a day I won’t forget in a hurry – even though there are some parts of it I would like to!

I flew to Edinburgh on a very early flight with Easyjet

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Notes from a traveller – Mark Catchlove

With a nod to those infuriating ‘Notes from a Traveller’ interviews with the rich and famous that you read in airline magazines. The one below is published by ‘Tongue in Cheek Communications’ When I travel, I always ring ahead to … Continue reading

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