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For some reason this entry is showing up on my blog before the Wrecclesham entry, but it actually happened after. We went straight on to Farnham after our Wrecclesham visit.
In Farnham Mum and I looked round the town centre for a couple of hours. The first place we visited was the Bush Hotel, where Mum and Dad had their wedding reception back in 1980. I'd never been there before ...
... but actually took longer as the were workmen on rail and it cost me £21.00 Arrived in Paddington in plenty of time and my train departed at 5.33pm to Swansea where I had to change and I arrived in Carmarthen at 10.06 pm to where alun was waiting at the platform for me ,while penny was in the car Overall this trek has been 152 miles long ,154,045 steps and some very steep hills and have meet some wonderful people and also raised money for LUNG. CANCER CAMPAIGIN. ...
... so you can easily go from desert to rainforest.
After that I went on a tour of the grounds, which are quite large. Every now and then a plane would pass overhead. Kew is on Heathrow Airport's flight path. The park was due to close soon, so I didn't have much time to take in everything. I saw the pagoda tower, which was not the first such oddly placed structure I saw in London.
I was particularly keen to do ...
... we are about to leave, the token ‘complainer’ comes up and notices that we have put up another tent. We managed to talk our way out of that but little did we know that this complainer would haunt us for the duration of our queuing experience. Off to the Rugby, and we won! Fantastic, off to the bottle shop to purchase our drinks for the night and celebrate our win. We arrive back at the site with additions to our group. We sit down an open ...
We awoke to yet another grey, miserable day with rain threatened.
I had determined that I wanted to visit Highgate where I used to live to test my visual memory and see what it looked like now. It had been a beautiful place to live because it had woods and was close to some very special attractions like Hampstead Heath.
We finally set off mid morning and managed to top up our Oyster cards using the self serve machine and then all the overground ...