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... I don't eat fish.
On the way back Dad took us to a park to play in whilst Mum, Catherine and Phil went home. It was a pretty good park, but then Brigitte fell down a on the slippery grass and it was time to head home.
When we got back home we went with Aunty Catherine for a stroll through the village and then we had a bit of downtime until dinner.
For dinner, Mum had volunteered to make pasta. It was really ...
... tradition. Whilst they were gone we had to do some homework - boring!
In the afternoon we did a treasure hunt with Catherine. She did one for us and we did one for her. It was really fun until Maddy's big mouth wrecked it. Catherine thought I was getting tired so I had a bath and then got to watch a movie before dinner.
For dinner Phil made a roast with Yorkshire pudding and baked potatoes - yum! Then after dinner we had thumb wars with Phil before going to bed. Great ...
... at Gard du Nord and then went straight to CDG Airport on the RER. It was so quick and easy and we got off at Terminal 2 and checked in straight away. No queue, no wait - superb. Mum went to try and claim her VAT and Dad took us through security and passport control. We watched this American couple try to take all these bottles of wine through security. They didn't get very far.
We were waiting at the gate in plenty of time (just like Dad likes it) and then had to catch ...
... with David and Alison, in their amazingly rural and lovely hideaway at La Redorte, near Carcassonne. Amazing that they are going to come and visit us in Turi in November!
And then with Pete, Al' and Trace in the south of Spain. On both of the trips I was privileged to be part of everyone's everyday life and made to feel very welcome as part of the family.
If I hadn't had these two visits as part of ...
I've been wanting to visit the Lost Gardens of Heligan for some time now but not yet made it down to Cornwall for the purpose. I wasn't disappointed in the slightest at what I found - the restoration of these gardens is fantastic and I really felt like I'd stepped back in time to a perfectly manicured Victorian garden full of tropical treasures, clipped hedges and colourful flower mixes. The famous kitchen garden was coming to the end of the season but ...