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Eventually, the pair found their ‘tired, soft and pale’ bodies had become ‘lean and tanned, with a refound muscularity that we’d thought we had lost for ever.‘Our hair was fried and falling out, our nails broken, clothes worn to a thread, but we were alive.
Not just breathing through the thirty thousand or so days between life and death, but knowing each minute as it passed, swirling around in an exploration of time.’Throughout their journey, they were confused by strangers warmly greeting Moth as ‘Simon!
They blew the remaining cash on lightweight rucksacks, a tent and sleeping bags, and hopped on a bus to Minehead.
They planned to keep the budget low by living on boiled noodles, with the occasional chip shop treat.
Took advantage: Norrish (pictured on a hunt, left) raped his victim in the front seat of his 4x4 car at 2.30am after offering to give her a lift home from the annual Tiverton Staghounds hunt ball last July It was said he stood proudly at the entrance to the Cobley Farm event wearing his red hunting jacket, collecting tickets off the 300-400 people who were attending the Tiverton Staghounds ball last July.
During his lengthy career, which dated back to the 1980s, he had been associated with the Devon and Somerset Staghounds, the south Devon foxhounds, the Minehead harriers in Somerset and latterly the Tiverton Staghounds.
Where FR and WHR stations (01766 516000/513402; How much £17.50/£17.50 How long 1hrs 15mins/45mins The Harz Mountains The 140km network of charming narrow-gauge railways serving the towns and villages of the Harz Mountains offers one of the great daily steam spectacles of the Continent, as huge tank locomotives tackle the steep gradients.
The system carries over a million passengers a year, many to the 3,747ft summit of the Brocken, setting for a scene in Goethe's Faust and off-limits until German unification.
Wernigerode or Quedlinburg - a World Heritage Site for its 1,600 listed timber-framed buildings - are the usual choice of resort.
Trains from Leeds thread through the Aire Valley to enter the Yorkshire Dales National Park, just north of Settle.
There is not a dull mile in the whole line as it weaves between such peaks as Ingleborough, Pen-y-ghent and Whernside.
All their income came from paying guests, so their business was gone, too.