Monthly Archives: November 2014

Homoeopathic Train, or The other left!

29/11/14 Richmond – Kingston – Return (with taxi sojourn) One of the things about living in Richmond is its proximity to Twickenham. Now there’s nothing wrong with Twickenham, or at least I don’t think so (I’ve not been there very … Continue reading

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Ramp? Why bother

27/11/14 Richmond – Waterloo – Taxi to Camden – Return I know there are a lot of other wheelies like me use the trains but because we’re mobile but it’s actually quite rare for us to share a train. But … Continue reading

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Can you charge a taxi ‘waiting time’?

25/11/14 Richmond – Waterloo – Taxi to Camden Kings Cross – Earls Court – Richmond There’s no denying that travelling with a wheelchair restricts your options. Having said that, doing your research properly, and applying some (very) creative thinking, does … Continue reading

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No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

20/11/14 Richmond – Kingston – Return I don’t have a regular, full-time job, rather I have a patchwork of  things I do most of which involve causing trouble for someone to some degree, nipping at the heels of companies and … Continue reading

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Time Waits for No Man, Except when He’s Waiting for a Taxi.

6/11/2014 Kensington – Richmond The overnight stay in Kensington had really wiped me out. The prospect of retracing my steps to get home on public transport was something I just couldn’t face so I wimped out. I decided to splash … Continue reading

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A Choice of One is No Choice At All

5/11/14 Richmond – Clapham Junction – Victoria – Kensington This fairly simple trip went pretty well, in that everything ran to the scheduled timetable and all the assistance I needed, ramps and the like, turned up on time and in … Continue reading

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