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User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 16204 times:

Hi everyone!

Well first of all this is my first trip report, so I hope its all ok. I went to SFO last August but I didn’t join airliners.net until after that, so I didn’t have all the pictures and info that I really wanted. Now that I have, I’m going to have a stab at my first one. (By the way, I’m going back to SFO in March where I will be doing a PROPER trip report!) This was to be a Club World return flight redeemed by BA air miles.

So it all started off by spending a night in the famous Heathrow Renaissance. Getting two rooms for £99 wasn’t bad, especially airfield facing so this would be a night I wouldn’t forget! (or would sleep much!)

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I arrived at about 2pm with my parents and we were off to a great start. We couldn’t check in to the hotel because apparently all of Heathrow had lost electricity!! All computers were down….great. So after an hour of sitting there doing nothing, someone had an amazing idea to check people in with paper and not computers! Wow, someone needed that brainy thought about an hour ago! So we ‘checked in’ and then had to go to concierge to get them to open the room. We couldn’t have the ‘credit card’ keys, the machines that do them need power. So the first room we went to was a non-smoking room, which someone had smoked in and the cleaners had not cleaned AT ALL! All the bed covers were everywhere, and the view of the runway wasn’t the best!!!! So we changed rooms after going back down to the reception to solve something. This room was amazing! Great views of Runway 27R and the sun started to shine!

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View from the room

A selection of planes taken from the room landing 27R
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EVA B747
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Malaysian B747
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Thai B747
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A nice surprise, Virgin Nigeria A340
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Asiana B777

I had a bit of dinner that night..well I didn’t want to leave the room so I got my parents to bring me up a McDonalds!!
So I hardly slept that night. The last flight left at about 23:30 and I got up at about 5:30 so I didn’t get much sleep!

So I got up the next morning, did my last minute packing and went to T1. Since I was flying Club World I managed to check in at Zone R. The previous day I had checked in online, which I believed was amazing; really efficient! So I got to Zone R and went straight to the Fast Bag drop. I had chosen 62K the day before, as I knew this was a great seat! I got my 62K and then £30 of food vouchers. Yep..this was the time when Gate Gourmet were striking and we got hardly any food…more to come.

I checked in and went through the special Premium traveller’s security and passport control. This was painless…the only bad bit of it was that it led into the back of the duty free shop! I went to the Terraces Lounge and had a bit of breakfast. Luckily they had some Cornflakes and milk! Nothing else!!! I spent about an hour in there, it surprised me how small I thought it was. It was soooo crowded in there, I could hardly move around. So I then went to the gate, which I knew would be at the Europier, gates 50-56 about. There were about 4 B747’s there. One going to LAX (BA279, the one Wrighbrothers went on!!) one going to SFO (BA285) another going to LAX (BA283) and one that arrived from JNB late.

I got bored, so I decided to take a pic of my boarding card!
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Anyone got any idea of what the V/C written on my boarding card meant??!?

Friday 19th August 2005
London Heathrow LHR - San Francisco International SFO
BA0285
ETD : 10:50 ETA : 13:35
Actual Departure: 11:17 Actual Arrival : 13:22
Aircraft Type: Boeing 747-400
Registration: - G-CIVD
Distance: - 5369 miles

FIRST CLASS Seat: - 3K read on!!


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The trip.

So boarding eventually started and I got to the Fast Track boarding isle. I was about the second person to be served there. I gave my boarding card to the agent and she put it in the machine. *Beep beep beep* oh great…all I need. So she took it out and typed a load on the computer, and about a minute later she scrubbed out ‘62K’ and wrote something else. Disappointed that I didn’t have 62K anymore, I asked “So has my seat changed then??!?” The agent handed back my boarding card and went “Yep..first class upgrade”. My jaw nearly fell to the ground. Looking at my boarding card, I had seat 3K. I couldn’t believe it!??!  Big grin:D:D

So I got to my seat on G-CIVD and took a few snaps. Sorry for the quality!! I was virtually shaking!

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The seat
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The Cabin
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A bit of leg room and the blanket and quilt.

Just after sitting down, the purser literally pounced on me!! “Good morning sir, would you care for a drink” Then she went on to explain that she only had coca-cola, tea, coffee or water. I chose a tea, and it turned up in a paper cup. Glamorous eh!!? When she came back, I asked her whether I could quickly telephone my dad to tell him the news about the upgrade. (he was at the visitors centre and was going to take a pic of my plane departing). I asked whether I could use my mobile and the purser said “Oh of course sir, please do. Only refrain from using it when the engines are started”. Why she couldn’t just say ‘Yes’ is something else!!! So I phoned up my dad and told him the news and was gob smacked!! He’d travelled on a full fare Club ticket before in a suit and never had been upgraded. This time his son on a redeemed ticket in trainers got there no problem!!!

The engines soon started and we were off!
I got a few shots from the window of my taxi to 27R.
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Late aircraft from JNB

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G-CIVY plane with all the signatures


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So this is the visitors centre at LHR. In the middle slightly to the right you can see an umbrella! Yes..they’re my parents!! I managed to fit them between the trees, it was hard all moving about!!

So this is my dad’s attempt! It was a lot easier, as it appear to him that I was going at a decent speed past him.
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Yes that’s right…he took it with the trees in the way of the First cabin!!!!

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Bit later on Runway 27R

So here are a few pictures of the flight mainly the seat and shots taken from the window.

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First seat fully flat..Sorry about the darkness

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My new boarding card!!!!!

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My View!

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First class headphones…very nice. They cut out a lot of the sound of the cabin. Really good.

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A view somewhere

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Hmmmm an airfield in the US. Any offers anyone??!!

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Another Window view

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Another USA view

So just after going across Ireland, I’d normally expect to start to smell the food, and maybe have menus.

The Menu

There wasn’t one…..

End of menu!

So this was the First Class meal that I got. This was the ONLY food I got on this flight. I had bought some croissants and drinks in the terminal and had those after I attempted to eat this: -

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Double Cheese and Red Onion Roll
Treacle Tart
Water
Really horrible dried fruit, which was like gravel

Yum!

So after my scrumptious meal I decided to watch some films. Luckily ‘Hitch’ was showing so that kept me entertained for a couple of hours. I then went to sleep for a bit to test my ‘bed’. This was more comfortable than I expected, and the actual pillow was also really good. After a few hours sleep we began our decent into SFO.

As we established for 28L, there was an American West A320 on 28R as well.
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American West A320

After that, the San Mateo Bridge was visible from a few miles out.
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We landed 28L at 13:22 and taxied round to the International Terminal on the ‘A’ side, instead of the ‘G’ side. We arrived at stand A4, just as I thought we would and after about a 30 seconds of arriving at the stand, the Club/First air bridge was already attached and the door starting to open. I disembarked pretty quickly and it was only a short walk to the customs and passport control etc. That was a breeze and about 10 minutes later my bags arrived. I was in SFO airport for about 20 minutes from stepping off the plane to leaving the terminal!!


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So on my trip home I was hoping I could finally go business class upstairs, something I’ve always wanted to do! I checked in online the day before and made sure I got a decent seat upstairs. 62A wasn’t available, but 64A was. This was another great seat, as it meant that I didn’t have to climb over anyone to get out to the aisle.

Monday 29th August 2005
BA0284
San Francisco International SFO - London Heathrow LHR
ETD : 16:45 ETA : 11:00
Actual Departure: 17:13 Actual Arrival : 10:29
Aircraft Type: Boeing 747-400
Registration: - G-CIVT
Distance: - 5369 miles

Club World Seat: - 64A


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I checked in at the Fast Bag drop at SFO where I got given a 10$ voucher for food since BA were only offering “a small premium meal”. After I went through security, I found a pizza restaurant at the end of the terminal where I had a decent meal. It was better than the thing I had on the way out!!
As I was sitting at the end of to terminal, I saw the inbound BA285 landing 28L and taxing around to A4.
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So after I finished up the pizza, I did a bit of shopping and headed off to the BA Terrace Lounge at SFO. This was between gates A4 and A6, where the two BA flights go from. I took a few pics of the lounge and the view out of the window.

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Bar area later covered with finger sandwiches!!

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The Lounge

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Korean Air B777 at gate A6

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View of G-CIVT before I got on.

So we started to board about 16:25 thought the main entrance of the Lounge. I took the air bridge for Club World and First which was totally empty, the WT and WTP one was totally blocked!! After boarding the aircraft I got to my seat upstairs.

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The seat

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View from my seat

We taxied out for about 15 minutes and then arrived at the threshold of 28L. This would be the moment where I would experience a backwards take off! This was actually pretty good; I made sure my belt was tight! After about an hour of being in the air, we didn’t get any menus, but we had the choice of Beef, Chicken or Pasta. I went with the beef and then about 10 mins later I got the main tray of my meal.

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This consisted of a Salmon Mousse thing, Bread Roll, Water, Small Salad, Cheese and Biscuits, Chocolates and a plum pie thing. This was really nice, very tasty. I then got the main meal of the dinner. This was pretty awful.

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Beef ‘steak’, Asparagus and Carrots

The meal was terrible, it would have been better if the Asparagus and carrots were cooked! They were rock hard that I believed they weren't. After dinner ended, there was nothing on TV, so I decided to try to sleep a bit. Just before I moved my seat the vertical position, I took a few pics: -

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I went to sleep and then woke up just before Ireland. This was about 6 hours and it was the longest I had ever slept on a plane!! The flat seat did help and I was hardly disturbed at all.

As soon as I woke up, a cabin crewmember pounced on me and offered me Breakfast. This was alright, not the best but it was adequate. (ish…)

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Croissant which might as well had been used as a door stop,
Bagel with a salmon slice
Jam
Strawberry Banana Yogurt
Fresh Fruit

I took one last photo after I had my breakfast and then refreshed myself before landing LHR.

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I had to take a photo of this as I thought this was great. Look where Stansted is! Just for the people who don’t know, it’s about 100 miles too far south and should be above London!

We didn’t have any holding time in Bovingdon which I was kinda disappointed!! I live directly under that hold so I wanted time to see if I could see my house! I saw my town but didn’t have enough time to see all the roads! We descended again and finally established 09L. We landed at 10:29 and taxied to stand 134, terminal 1.


Well that’s it. I really hope you liked it and I’m sorry about the images and the quality. I didn’t expect to do a trip report on this, so I didn’t take any specific photos. I’m going back to SFO in March where I will do a proper trip report. This was just tester report!!!

Keep all the great reports coming everyone,

BA0284 Big grin
Chris.

15 replies: All unread, jump to last
 
User currently offlineTreeny From United Kingdom, joined Dec 2005, 319 posts, RR: 0
Reply 1, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 7 hours ago) and read 16137 times:

Hey Chris

Welcome aboard!!!! I always try to write comments when I see a new member writing their first reports because when I did mine and people wrote stuff it kinda makes you feel good!!

Anyway nice report and a good read and written in a nice readable style!! Shame about the food though but I guess your 'little' prize of 3k more than made up for it!!

Anyway, one quick question - Could you explain the signatures on the 747 you took a photo of - have never seen that before. What was it all about?

Anyway thanks again for a great report!

Saludos

Mark


User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 2, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 16113 times:

Hi! thanks very much for your comments!

Quoting Treeny (Reply 1):
Could you explain the signatures on the 747 you took a photo of - have never seen that before. What was it all about?

This was used for the London 2012 Olympic Bid. At first it was going be as many public signatures as possible. This aircraft would then take the London committee to Singapore for the Olympic 2012 result.

I think it eventually was all the signatures of people that work for BA.

Thanks again!

BA0284 Big grin
Chris


User currently offlineFbgdavidson From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2004, 3706 posts, RR: 28
Reply 3, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 16078 times:

Chris, nice report! Sounds like you did the research or had experience, 62K and 64A are certainly two seats I aim for whenever I'm upstairs.

My first report here was also LHR-SFO-LHR in Club World, albeit without the upgrade to First and shocking food!

Did you get any compensation from BA? Some BA Golds I know got 100,000 miles in compensation back for disruption during that period. One friend of the family even got multiples back as he had a number of separate itineraries booked over that weekend. From now whenever BA even hint at striking I'm booking Big grin

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
Just before I moved my seat the vertical position

Wow, never got the vertical seat before. Must be a 64K thing!

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
So I phoned up my dad and told him the news and was gob smacked!! He’d travelled on a full fare Club ticket before in a suit and never had been upgraded. This time his son on a redeemed ticket in trainers got there no problem!!!

The 'fly wearing a suit and you'll get an upgrade' is such a misnomer. The reality of it is most people are upgraded behind the scenes long before they ever get to the airport. This is certainly how it tends to work on BA. My guess is that you being in the exit seat had something to do with it. You may find a BA Gold requested that seat and Special Services released it and as such upgraded you to First. Or perhaps the person in 62J was flying with someone else and wanted the seat next to them for their colleague and you were upgraded to First. That may seem backwards and why not send the Gold to F strightaway but sometimes these things are missed!



"My first job was selling doors, door to door, that's a tough job innit" - Bill Bailey
User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 4, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 6 hours ago) and read 16064 times:

Hi!

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 3):
Did you get any compensation from BA?

Yeah i got at least 10,000 miles back i think. I was a blue member!!

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 3):

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
Just before I moved my seat the vertical position

Wow, never got the vertical seat before. Must be a 64K thing!

 banghead  i knew something like that would happen!! yeah...i meant horizontal! It'll be one interesting flight flying like that!! Only BA could introduce it!

Quoting Fbgdavidson (Reply 3):
Or perhaps the person in 62J was flying with someone else and wanted the seat next to them for their colleague and you were upgraded to First

Thats what i thought happened, i cant see how else it could have come about.

Thanks for the comments

BA0284
Chris


User currently offlineDebonair From Germany, joined Jan 2004, 2428 posts, RR: 4
Reply 5, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 4 days 2 hours ago) and read 15768 times:

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
The Menu

There wasn’t one…..

End of menu!

So this was the First Class meal that I got. This was the ONLY food I got on this flight. I had bought some croissants and drinks in the terminal and had those after I attempted to eat this: -

Thats great to see...  vomit 

I really ask my self, what was going on!would it be so difficult to distribute before the flight a voucher for FirstClass guests to get something real to eat at the airport??? Or, would it be such a difficult task, to charter one truck from FFL or LSG catering with some sandwiches for the FirstClass customers???


User currently offlineBa0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 6, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 15 hours ago) and read 15401 times:

ARRR!!! none of the pictures seem to be working now. I will try to fix it!!!!! Give me a couple of hours!!!

BA0284


User currently offlineWrighbrothers From United Kingdom, joined Jul 2005, 1875 posts, RR: 9
Reply 7, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 10 hours ago) and read 15126 times:

Nice report BA0284  Smile

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
(BA279, the one Wrighbrothers went on!!)

I still find that spooky  Big grin

Quoting Debonair (Reply 5):
I really ask my self, what was going on! would it be so difficult to distribute before the flight a voucher for First Class guests to get something real to eat at the airport???

They gave out £10 catering vouchers (one per person), which you could use to buy any form of food or drink. I also believe there were bacon sandwiches in the First class lounges.

Wrighbrothers



Always stand up for what is right, even if it means standing alone..
User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 8, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 15018 times:

Quoting Wrighbrothers (Reply 7):
I still find that spooky

Same here! The fact it was on the same day at virtually the same time!!

Quoting Wrighbrothers (Reply 7):
which you could use to buy any form of food or drink

I saw people going on with hours worth of Burger Kings! I didn't know about the bacon sandwiches in the First Lounge. When I went to the lounge I was still a Club World passenger!!




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I am having trouble with the pics...can people see them?!! On some computers I get a bandwidth error on them.

If you CAN NOT see them.......i've uploaded them all here: -

http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html?id=2113498376

Sorry everyone!!! If you can see them on here! brill!

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Thanks for all the comments

BA0284
Chris


User currently offlineSQ772 From Singapore, joined Nov 2001, 1792 posts, RR: 5
Reply 9, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 14995 times:

Great pictures and an interesting read..

I have a question though... I could have missed out some pertinent information in the report, but why were u served with economy class meals in first and Club on a trans-continental flight?

Does BA not offer the full inflight service to passengers on re-demption tickets or involuntary upgrades? Was this an all-economy chartered flight? Were you informed that you will be served with economy class meals when they upgraded you to First?

Did anyone notice that the Club class meal pictured that was featured consisted of a mixture of BA and UA crockeries? Do you know why this was so?



There's always a better way to fly...
User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 10, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 8 hours ago) and read 14958 times:

Quoting SQ772 (Reply 9):
I have a question though... I could have missed out some pertinent information in the report, but why were u served with economy class meals in first and Club on a trans-continental flight?

Does BA not offer the full inflight service to passengers on re-demption tickets or involuntary upgrades? Was this an all-economy chartered flight? Were you informed that you will be served with economy class meals when they upgraded you to First?

This was the time when Gate Gourmet who make all the food was having a massive strike in London, therefore virtuallly no one was getting any food on any short haul flights, and for all classes in long haul, we'd just get a 'lunch box'. Its nothing about the type of ticket. For BA, if your in Business class depending on however you paid for it, your all 'equal'. There wasnt a strike in the US at that time, but we still got minimal food as there wasnt anyone working in London to take it all away, thats whey i couldnt receive the full service.

Quoting SQ772 (Reply 9):
Did anyone notice that the Club class meal pictured that was featured consisted of a mixture of BA and UA crockeries? Do you know why this was so?

I've got no idea!! All i can think of is that UA and BA at SFO have the same catering company, Gate Gourmet. Any one know if this is true??! Looking back at that pic, i've never seen the black food trays on BA before at all.

Thanks for the comments

BA0284 Big grin


User currently offlineSQ772 From Singapore, joined Nov 2001, 1792 posts, RR: 5
Reply 11, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 3 days 7 hours ago) and read 14915 times:

Thanks for the clarification! It all makes sense now.


There's always a better way to fly...
User currently offlineN From United Kingdom, joined Jul 2005, 55 posts, RR: 0
Reply 12, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 2 days 12 hours ago) and read 14407 times:

Good report and photos. Thanks for posting it.

Quoting BA0284 (Thread starter):
Anyone got any idea of what the V/C written on my boarding card meant??!?

When I flew with BA during the Gate Gourmet 'problem' they wrote V/C on my boarding card which I think was to record the fact that they had given you a catering voucher which would prevent you from going to customer services and getting another one!


User currently offlineAtco2b From United Kingdom, joined Mar 2005, 1114 posts, RR: 7
Reply 13, posted (8 years 7 months 3 weeks 2 days 10 hours ago) and read 14344 times:

Nice report, and excellent pictures! Glad you had a good trip, would love to try the BA 744!


Hey, you want to go out for pizza and some sex? What, you don't like pizza?
User currently offlineUAalltheway From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 14, posted (8 years 7 months 2 weeks 1 day 23 hours ago) and read 13417 times:

"Bandwidth Exceeded"  Sad

User currently offlineBA0284 From United Kingdom, joined Oct 2005, 299 posts, RR: 1
Reply 15, posted (8 years 7 months 2 weeks 1 day 14 hours ago) and read 13291 times:

Quoting UAalltheway (Reply 14):
"Bandwidth Exceeded"

Yeah I know I cant really fix it! It said it would be finished by the end of the month, but they're still not appearing.

That's why I've created an online album with them all on:

http://www.imagestation.com/album/pictures.html?id=2113498376

Really sorry about all this. I was sooo pleased with the photos as well!!  Sad
I'll try to get it all sorted with the next trip report in April!!

BA0284
Chris


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