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... the pub was air conditioned.
"You never know what's round the corner", is one of our favourite sayings, weed and fishing line round the propeller to a "Danish Camp" in the middle of the Cambridgeshire countryside. Maybe not quite as strange as you think, as the Danes, Vikings then in AD 870, used the River Ouse to invade this part of Britain.
All packed up ready to leave our new found friends. We had a somber farewell particularly with Prettie, Rapinda and their daughter Raymond. We hope our paths will cross again.
We worked our way by taxi to Paris Nord to catch the Eurostar to the mother land. The train left Paris at 11:15 but due to some trouble we stopped along the way which put us into London at 13:15 instead of 12:30, with the 1 hour time difference the trip ...
... was a small service being held in one of the smaller chapels off to the right of the high altar.
By this time, I needed to go to the restroom, so we went to the coffee house in the church lobby to make a purchase and get the code to the toilet. (Opening a coffee house in the churches is a way to bring in income for the upkeep of these old houses of worship.) While sipping my tea, I noticed a poem by John Clare on the wall that he had actually composed at ...
... or windsurfing as we follow the lakeshore north. If you are more inclined to just relax - then there
is no better place than on the shores of Lake Malawi. This really is a warm friendly country - making it easy to wander off
and meet up with your local hosts in one of the many villages or schools nearby. You can view first hand the talent of the
local artisans and purchase some exquisite pieces of furniture and carvings out of ebony and mahogany
Days 43 to ...
... free range eggs so we bought a dozen. Walking back to the footpath Bryan noticed some damsons on the ground and while we were looking at them, there was a thud from the drive of a nearby house and looking up we saw hundreds of apples bouncing on the drive and rolling down to the road. No idea where these damsons or apples came from but we have enough for another crumble tonight.