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Travel Blogs from St Ives
... her phone while we were on the train and it sounded good. We found it about 4blocks away but they don't serve food on Sunday night. Dale had seen another place a few blocks away so we went there. We started out on the back porch cuz it was so warm and muggy out but by the time food came it was cold so we got to move inside. Had a pleasant walk home and hooked up to the ****** wifi and tried to visit with the girls and journal. Our IPhones are ****** in the ...
... the village, ending at the church. The church was the preaching place and the grave site of John Newton, convert and composer of several hundred hymns including the timeless: Amazing Grace.
Michele and I went and picked up my wellies for the school tour for 10 pounds. I have no where to put them as I always travel lightly and these are massive boots! I'll have to spend ...
... C-Max, I've made my own contributions to the general road chaos. I started with the predictable windscreen wipers going flat out as I turned a corner jerking up and down, struggling to negotiate from first to second gear - the only time I drive a manual is when I come to Cornwall. Then there's the classic getting stuck in the car park at Penzance as I spend ten minutes trying to figure out how to get into reverse with Jenny giving helpful advice. Finally I figure out you have to ...
... smile and a hug as soon as I walked in. They didn't even know my name!
-I went 4 hours early to see some friends in the North of Denmark, so I could surprise Jakob, the youngest kid in the family. It was great to see them again!!!!
-4 months after farewelling my Danish neighbours in Australia, I finally get to see them all again AND I get to meet Anne Mette the eldest sibling that never came to Australia.
-With my Danish family, we made for ...
... think that given I have been living in London for three months...I would have seen London Bridge before TODAY!
Then it was off to the wet country side again and to unpack my bag.
And then here I am, fully unpacked and barely keeping my eyes open.
Keep your eyes peeled for tomorrows blog...it will be exciting!