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First series by An on 11 October 2004 9:48am
 
Hi, I am An from Belgium. I have watched almost every episode of the travels of Michael Palin. Our Flemish tv is at themoment also showing 'Himalaya' so I'm watching it on BBC and a week later again on our 'canvas'.
I have always been very interested in trains, that is one of the main reasons for watching the programme.
I have a question though, is 80days really the first travel Palin recorded for tv because I seem to recaal there was a series where he didn't use anything other than trains to travel around? Or was that 80days, it has been a long time since I saw that so it's possible that that was it but I'm not at all sure.
Hope someone knows more about this

Greetz An
 



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