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A busy couple of weeks, with car hunting, the beginnings of rental accommodation hunting, checking out the best way to get to France, dog walking, and egg collecting. Finally, a car secured, the hire car returned and we are now less expensively mobile.
The days have been mostly sunny and clear with crisp frosty mornings. It's great for walking over the mud - hard crunchy mud is much easier than sodden horse-pooey mud but ...
... the crazy Asian lady in my hostel! -the rare moments when getting to meet someone who wasn't from Asia or France at the hostel. Well London was loud, and busy, and exciting, and I loved it! A week was not nearly enough time to see the city, you could spend a year there and still not see everything! But I week was what I had, and for the most part I can say that I loved the ...
... gentleman know that we come in peace. The view at Devil's Dyke was amazing, and again, pictures can't do it justice. You couldn't see 60 miles on this day, but you could see a lot of the rolling hills and the valleys.
Harriet departed ways with us to head to her grandmother's birthday party in Somerset while Sarah and I went to her town of Soham, right outside Cambridge. Sarah accidentally took a wrong turn and went ...
... of rough weld still visible
11. Every window in my house is mis-shaped, meaning that all of the windows, fit incorrectly or look badly aligned, and some are difficult to open, not for poor build quality but because the concrete frame is so poor.
12. The design blue print has been 'ignored' in areas.
13. The kitchen cabinets are badily fitted, poor quality and unfinished.
14. There is no grease trap, waste water simple goes to a hole in the ...
... the place restored and updated, and gutting and completely refurbishing the 'Hideaway', the self-contained cottage perched up close to the sea wall which we stayed in. It was a wonderful and relaxing place to arrive at, and we excitedly settled in for 6 nights, with Rosie and Jo due to join us for the last few nights. Our first day, we decided to go into Falmouth for supplies and found a local farmers market in the town square (on a ...