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"War is too important to be left in the hands of soldiers..." by Someone Clever

Older photos taken on a Motorola v500, which was a bit crap to be honest...As of Nov 05 SE K750i AND now emailing from PC as it's cheaper! 2010 - now using an HTC Hero.

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Still Domes

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17th Aug 2006, 09:35   comments (0)

More Domes

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17th Aug 2006, 09:32   comments (0)

The Garden of Eden

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The little area itself is lovely. It would be good to see without a hundred prams to slalom through!
17th Aug 2006, 09:30   comments (0)

The Pineapple Thing!

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Interesting building which we went to at the end of the quarry. We started at the main dome then skipped the little one (even though it looked like the que was probably only at the door rather than all the way round...) then popped into this building last. I'll post some piccies of the inside, but again it was crammed with people mostly standing around administering to children - not even queing!
Definitely best to go when everyone isn't on holiday.
17th Aug 2006, 09:28   comments (0)


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More of before...the little valley (its a quarry) looks lovely from the vantage point where you arrive from. In fact the domes themselves weren't there it would remind me of the Princes Street gardens in Edinburgh. Lovely flowers, n stuff...
17th Aug 2006, 09:16   comments (0)

Bio Domes

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...or Biomes as they now call them. I can only think of one reason for the change of name, and it involves Pauly Shore and Stephen Baldwin...
17th Aug 2006, 09:14   comments (5)

Queing for Eden

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The third que. This one was to pay the 13 quid entrance fee into "the miracle" of Eden...
17th Aug 2006, 09:13   comments (0)

The Eden Project

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Although a wonderful idea and something I'm very glad people are doing, I found it to be a colossal waste of time. 3 hour drive to get there. 15 minute in a que of cars to get into the park and ride. Excellent bus service. Then a 15 minute que to pay entrance fee (13 pounds), 5 minute que to get in through the doors, 8 minute que to get a bottle of water and a packet of cheesey crisps. The rest of the place was ok, all the outdoors gardeny stuff with the stage etc (to be posted soon), but then when we tried to get into the main dome it was nothing but a very long que all the way round. All you could see was the bloke in front of you and all you could hear was disappointed children wanting to see animals or have a play. As for the point behind the project, I don't think it was very inspiring - we actually to search out a board telling us how its all super "green" compost they imported and frankly, I've forgotten the rest, so it didn't make much of an impression.

At least it only
rained when we were inside the dome.
17th Aug 2006, 09:11   | tags:,comments (2)