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« on: February 06, 2023, 16:38:59 »

I have just been on a holiday to a Continent that has no **railway**, never has and most likely never will


(By **railway** I mean a permanent track composed of a line of parallel metal rails fixed to sleepers, for transport of passengers and goods in trains which is regulated and controlled by signals)

I did use **railway** in part of my journey to get there and to get home

Should not be difficult .......... where have I been
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Antarctica?
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« Reply #2 on: February 06, 2023, 16:49:25 »

I presume the holiday was "figurative", or have you been on one of the cruises round the the great white continent.

Well done Chris you beat me by a couple of minutes.
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« Reply #3 on: February 06, 2023, 16:57:31 »

Antarctica?

Correct ................ did say it was not too difficult

I presume the holiday was "figurative", or have you been on one of the cruises round the the great white continent.

Well done Chris you beat me by a couple of minutes.


A cruse, small ship 300ft only 90 passengers, there were as many crew and Exped team as passengers, we lots of Zodiac landings and brash ice cursing in Zodiacs .................

Not trains though  Grin
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A cruse, small ship 300ft only 90 passengers, there were as many crew and Exped team as passengers, we lots of Zodiac landings and brash ice cursing in Zodiacs .................

Not trains though  Grin

Was that cruising or cursing, ET, or both?  Grin
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A cruse, small ship 300ft only 90 passengers, there were as many crew and Exped team as passengers, we lots of Zodiac landings and brash ice cursing in Zodiacs .................

Not trains though  Grin

Was that cruising or cursing, ET, or both?  Grin

The cursing was done when it was time to come back home  Grin
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