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... Lucy in a chavalanche. Luckily she made it through shaken but unscathed and we sat down and 'relaxed' for ten minutes waiting for our coach. Well, the coach was the usual mixture of body odour; tinged with cheap deodorant and hormones, along with foreign students trying to recline their seats into your knees. At one point, the driver became rather excitable and we thought we'd accidentally got on a party bus and would be high-fived for enduring ...
... energetic and happy go lucky...you have won our hearts gorgeous boy and we loved every moment we spent with you!
A scenic visit to Swannage...a small town further down the coast, east of Bournemouth. Surrounded by natural land and lovely walks. The landscape and views were pretty stunning, a lovely cliff top walk past ancient quarries, through ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... We have visited Clovelly a picturesque seaside village with narrow ,steep cobblestone streets down to the fishing harbour,driven to the Cotswolds to stay at The Crown Inn , a 17th century inn with lovely modern accommodation in the annexe and explored beautiful little ,stone villages. The roads are mostly quite narrow,with high hedges on the sides.The little cross country lanes though are quite scary ,signs indicating 2 way traffic ...
... the Discworld emporium and consulate. There was so much in the store I wanted to buy! It was hard to decide, harder to leave.
Since we were relatively close by, we next drove over to the old sixth-century ramparts of Cadbury Castle (not a castle, never was a castle, and something's been here since 3000 BCE), the fabled site of Arthur’s Camelot. It’s now an overgrown hillock upon which cows graze, but it was picturesque and clearly well-chosen ...