Finally, it's worth a mention that this post was written on a (very delayed) train to Haltwhistle, my base of operations for the coming week. It's absolutely beautiful here, you can see a photo on the right that I took on the walk from the station to the B&B I'm staying in (also lovely, it's on a country farm). Because of a successful travel grant from my hall of residence at uni, I'm able to travel to Hadrian's Wall to visit some of the most important sites. The plan was to visit Chester's fort this afternoon, but the train was delayed by track problems and that buggered up all the other arrangements a bit. So, plans change. I'm instead visiting the fort on Friday morning, which gives me a little more time there. I visited the fort as a child, but can't remember much of it, so this is a visit to see it again properly. These next two days, I'll be visiting the Roman Army Museum and Vindolanda, two places I've always wanted to visit but never had the chance to. All rather exciting, and I'll be sure to post when I can and let you know what I've been up to.