Graingers Guest House
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... had a rub down from Heathrow the security team: mainly because Lucy's boulder holder set off the metal detector; and my hand luggage (containing more gadgets than Currys on a good day) was swabbed for explosives. After surviving the rigorous security experience (thankfully no rubber gloves were needed) we boarded Delta flight VS5303 and take our surprisingly comfy seats. Lucy almost let out a yelp when she discovered that the plane's ...
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
So this is where the 'big trip' starts. The final day of prep, last minute packing and farewells to all our local friends, colleagues and haunts who we will not see again (until we come back to visit) as on our return we will be residing in Bristol! I had my last day at Fatface yesterday and had to say goodbye to a fantastic crew (I can't get too mushy about that here as some of them might read this!) and joe had his last day at Ossies Allstars today - and ...
... a beer called "Fossil Fuel" and further on we visited Corfe Castle Village, Corfe Castle ruins and the village of Swanage, all set in a beautiful English countryside. We decided one day to walk a beach which turned out to be a rather interesting beach as we quickly discovered it was a “naturista beach”, I will only say we were overdressed (for awhile anyway!!)!
Just a few doors down from our house was Compton Acres, beautiful ...
... day. The scone was soooo good that Carolyn asked for the recipe. The owner just happened to be there and she wrote down the recipe for us, explaining as she went, if Carolyn would donate 2 pounds to her father's charity. The charity was to help soldiers who fight in the British army, but they are from another country... I forget the country. The rain subsided, we walked home. We cooked the fish, cauliflower and fried potatoes. At 4:00 ...