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Samoa Fuji travel

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Travelling to the QF on Sunday (and very much looking forward to it), due to arrive by train at Warrington Bank Quay. Any advice on best way to get from there to HJ, and back again after the match please?

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Travelling to the QF on Sunday (and very much looking forward to it), due to arrive by train at Warrington Bank Quay. Any advice on best way to get from there to HJ, and back again after the match please?

its a ten minute walk through town mate - past a fair few pubs too!

Recommend just printing a map on google, or plenty of people will be on hand to direct you.

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Thanks Dave. First visit to HJ in a couple of years and first not in a car, so may visit a few of them pubs ;-))

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From the thread title I thought that an exotic journey was being planned to traverse the Pacific and end with a heroic climb of Japan's most iconic mountain.

Instead it seems you are ending up in a town straddling the Mersey- however Warrington still counts as exotic; not even Michael Palin has managed to film there yet. :ph34r:

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From the thread title I thought that an exotic journey was being planned to traverse the Pacific and end with a heroic climb of Japan's most iconic mountain.

Instead it seems you are ending up in a town straddling the Mersey- however Warrington still counts as exotic; not even Michael Palin has managed to film there yet. :ph34r:

 

Would that be because his moving pictures trickery would be classed as witchcraft by the natives?

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Would that be because his moving pictures trickery would be classed as witchcraft by the natives?

We have electricity now you know  :onthequiet:

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We have electricity now you know :onthequiet:

Excellent that'll be a pleasant surprise for me at Xmas. They'll be getting the wireless next.

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don't know if you have been to any WC games yet Mike60, but there are tons of volunteers about.  I went to the Samoa - NZ game on matchday2, and there were loads of helpers dotted about as soon as you left the station.

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