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Monday 6 September 2004 1.14pm
Perfect - that's just what I had in mind (and a great way to persuade / bribe those not so keen on yomping around bits of London but very keen on ice-cream to come with me next time).

Thanks both.
Monday 6 September 2004 1.27pm
Wow! Thanks ladies and gents, I hadn't been reading the forum for a few days and was very pleasantly surprised to get such a great response when I logged on. This is all fantastic advice, now I have to make a choice. Thanks :c).
Monday 6 September 2004 9.17pm
can I also reccomend the walk from North Greenwich to the Thames Barrier. The River path is good and wide all the way and lacks the complicated bits which are confusing in some bits of Deptford and Greenwich.
Monday 6 September 2004 9.33pm
Speaking of maps and confusing bits - can anyone get the detailed maps on the official Thames Path site to work ?

http://www.nationaltrails.gov.uk/thamespathlondon/

I've tried at home and at work, and they just time out / fail to connect, but I wondered if this was something to do with my settings ?
Tuesday 7 September 2004 8.24am
I get the same thing.
Tuesday 7 September 2004 10.30am
Siduhe wrote:
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> >
> I've tried at home and at work, and they just
> time out / fail to connect, but I wondered if this
> was something to do with my settings ?
>
> *blonde on the inside*

I've called the technical hotline and they tell me that if you change settings *to blonde all the way through* then you'll be fine :0)) Oh, and if that doesn't work, then they said that maybe it's a problem with the Red Bag.




...if you press it, they will come.
Tuesday 7 September 2004 2.36pm
Watch it snerky, the red bag is easily riled and has a nasty bite....
Tuesday 7 September 2004 2.57pm
when I tried, they said you needed a pronouncable username...
Tuesday 7 September 2004 3.53pm
Risking the wrath of the red bag...

As any fule nos, "sidhe" (people of the fairy hills, the little people) is pronounced shee, but where did that extra u come from???

All I got from Googling was a small village on the Yangtze river in the environs of Beijing, and I wouldn't even hazard a guess at pronunication of tonal languages.
Tuesday 7 September 2004 4.08pm
Wow. This is an interesting (red) bag of worms.

Where does your name come from Harriet, (please)?

...if you press it, they will come.
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