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... Tynemouth Village, a sweet little place dominated by a castle and priory ruin om the headland (just the place to make one despair if sent here unwillingly).
The Captain and Navigator used the lunch break for some serious cartography.
Cath has been searching for the last bus to Wallsend but is still to find it. None of them seem that full here. (Bernie can explain - its a rhyming slang type thing from the Hunter - "as full as the last bus to Wallsend"
Ferry is definitely the way to go to Europe (saves that long drive South plus cost of fuel) providing you can go out of season and early in the week (price doubles nearer Friday)
Very relaxed at both ends, Wait in the queue, have a sandwich lunch and tea in the van and be guided in by ...
... found a "Roses are red..." poem written in the sand and he came back and said he put the punctuation in it. So that was English for the day. And I told he about the sand being made of shells from sea creatures so that was geography. And with a bit of latin in the morning the school day was complete. During this time Edward decided he was going to build a sandcastle fort around us. This kept him enertained for ages and even megan was good at stepping over the sandcastle walls. ...
... megan is the laziest dog ever. I woke up in time to put the free spuds in the oven to bake but Edward was too tired to wait and just had some toast which meant extra baked potatoes for us. They were incredible. They were so fresh and yummy that we gobbled the whole lot in record time. By this time we were all exhausted and only watched a little bit of tv before heading to bed by 9.30pm. Hopefully a goodnights sleep will do us all good and we'll be a bit more lively ...
... journey was fine and we stopped at the A34/M4 services to have breakfast. I took Edward to the loo and he marveled over the automatic flushes and taps. He then had to tell his mum exactly how to flush the toilet but exclaimed with horror that he hadn't explained the taps. Luckily she had worked it out and didn't return germ ridden. Last night I dyed my hair again but I left it a tad too long. I forgot how my hair takes the colour easily and left it for the whole ...
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