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Trip back from Italy through France and Switzerland was shorter, wonderful stay in Malans Switzerland with our fabulous friends Peter and Maria Leisinger whose warmth, geniality and hospitality always seems to heal me in some way. Even when only visiting for a short time. Such a beautiful setting to rest and recuperate.
Photos uploaded to Flickr, more to come.
What a quick 10 days that was, went far too fast.
we experienced mostly good weather, some overcast days (nice respite for me, but not for Ellen).
As usual incredible Italian cuisine from the excellent assortment of Levanto restaurants, most notably L’articcoca and Totano Blu. got my fix of Spaghetti alla vongole and Calamari.
couple of visits to Bonosolla through the tunnels (my favourite accessible Ligurian/Cinque Terre jaunt), a fair amount of beer and two trips out on the water (not after drinking beer) being dragged along facedown with a full face mask. Waves this week have made the water mostly opaque so didn’t see much wildlife but still great fun!
Spent a while watching the surfing, our friend Sam probably the best in the water. Ellen learning and catching and standing up on 70%, impressive stuff. such amazing hospitality and friendship from Graziella, Gianni, Chiara, Elisa, Luca, Alahandro, Didier, Ivano, Linda, Ermano, Clara, Sam, Alison and Bepe among others. have to stay for longer next time, but I always say that!
Photos on Flickr
Started by tearing it down the A20 with Aga at the wheel of the van after taking the ferry from Portsmouth.
Took in the beauty of Caen, Le Mans, Tours before staying near Villandry.
Passed Limoge and beautiful valleys as we headed to Albi (and its breathtaking bridges, tempting covered market and Cathedral), where we stayed for a night after having dinner with friends in the middle of rural Cahors and before heading to Montpellier via St-Affrique and Roquefort (although having no on-board cooling facilities we decided not to make a large fromage purchase). We spent a lot of time admiring the Semin-de-Rance river and its surroundings.
Dinner at the L’entrecote restaurant just next to the Place de la Comedie (the big Opera house) right at the centre of Montpellier. They do one thing (salad, steak and frites) and one thing only, but exceptionally well.
Late in to motel in Arles (Van Gough territory), terrible night sleep due to coffee and not enough Cognac.
I was unsuccessfully trying to sleep while driving in scorching heat across the French Riviera towards the eastern border. Unfortunately we didn’t get to stop at St. Tropez, Cannes, Nice, Monaco and Monte Carlo but taking in the scenery at every occasion. Had a lovely rural escapade towards the village of Saint Agnes for a quick stop.
Then to Italy, circumnavigating Genoa and admiring the Ligurian coast from the Autoroute. Then the turning down to Carrodano to get to the beautiful Levanto, just north of the Cinque Terre.
Productive work trip with Intel in Longmont, Colorado. Learning about product direction and priority management. Meeting the members of the team from the states was fun and particularly useful given the majority of team members work remotely.
We had a treat yesterday going up into the Rockies at El Dorado Canyon State Park with breathtaking views and surprisingly good #accessibility. Some of the rocks are dated at 1.7 billion years old!
I’m off to Colorado for a work face-to-face on Saturday, it’s the first time an employer has paid for all disability –related expenses so significant event for me. Nice one @Intel
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A couple of weeks ago I ventured up to Imperial College in London to attend some recording sessions for brain signals in preparation of #TeamImperial competing in the 2016 “Cyber Olympics”. More info here: https://www.imperial.ac.uk/engineering/news-and-events/cybathlon/
This session was prepared for by wearing a cap and having a large number of electrodes attached to it, Pablo and Cedric had to make sure each of the electrodes had a good connection with the skin (measuring the impedance) by painstakingly injecting and distributing conductive gel between the electrodes and my head. This took some patience on all our parts but was well worth it in the end.
The aim of the session was to identify signals that could be differentiated reliably from one another, we tested various “imageries” which basically translates as “imagining something” for example clenching a fist to see which ones could result in a reliably and repeatedly detectable signal. We proceeded to identify combinations of signals that could be identified independently from one another.
The results were interesting, illustrating how signals relating to different parts of the body emanate from different parts of the brain and those closer to the surface were easier to detect. I also learned how my neurology has changed since my accident resulting in some “de-nervation” and reduced signal clarity when trying to communicate with my lower legs for example.
Anyway a thoroughly interesting and impressive demonstration of the technical expertise and level of research going on at Imperial.
Many thanks to Pablo, Cedric and the rest of Team Imperial (pictures below with me making faces for dramatic effect)
Listened to some great live music over the last week, Alix Perez and @LSB at @TheVolks in Brighton playing the best of dirty drum’n’bass last Saturday night. Then somewhat towards the other end of the musical spectrum we saw Above and Beyond acoustic show at the @RoyalAlbertHall, again showing how they produce such good dance music by developing ideas while playing live instruments together before putting down the tracks in electronic form. The atmosphere in the Royal Albert Hall and performances by all the musicians exceptional.
Two friends passed away recently, both loved dearly by friends and family. Toby Mole, Smiley and witty, a friend from the North Oxford community. Jose Barretta, cyclist and marathon runner, husband and tetraplegic, succeeded in a number of struggles post injury and was a great inspiration to those around him.
Thoughts go to Guy, Jess, Peter, Alegra, George, Jose’s wife and family.
Another great day with friends in our house, great company. we are lucky
On another note the #BoseSoundTouch 10 is probably the best electronic purchase I’ve made in the last 5 years. have always been impressed with the quality of the Bose products, having had a Bose Wave I was already hooked.
I had been looking for a wireless speaker that is small enough to be portable and works well with my situation at home, I previously had some cheap Bluetooth audio transmitters and receivers which occasionally cut out due to Bluetooth interference in my room.
After reading around and trying a Sonos device (and being very disappointed with the Limited features and mediocre sound quality), I am so pleased I tried this. integration with Spotify app, Internet streaming, Bluetooth and line-in make it an extremely flexible device with an incredible quality of sound. so nice to have good Fidelity music, can hear every instrument. although this sounds like a pitch it’s not, I’m genuinely that pleased
really enjoyed the “wonder.land” play at the national cowritten by damon albarn from Blur, who also did the music.
thoroughly enjoyable trips to Dumfries, Scotland and Basildon Park near Reading over the last few weeks
film suggestion: “Contact” – based on the novel by the incredible, late, Carl Sagan
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Brilliant to see rudimental on top form in Birmingham yesterday, met with the talented #WillHeard who is currently touring with them and soon to release new solo material.
been really enjoying listening to Stefan Obermaier and his clever fusion of classical and electro. going to look out for live shows of his over the summer
looking forward to another few good music festivals this summer
love the old school Jungle tributes from rudimental yesterday
“about time” directed by Richard Curtis
the most moving and beautiful film I have watched in a long time
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spent a week down in Devon trying to work remotely, car broke down (damaged camshaft) and so was without the van for the week. still managed to have a nice time despite dealing with insurance/garage/weather. Just so nice being by the sea and seeing Mandy (Ellen ‘s mum). we were in Torcross, a beautiful little village. added a couple of photos to the Flickr photo stream.
warm wishes in cold weather x