Harry's Bed and Breakfast
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We have breakfast. We then drop Barbie off at the station. She is a civil celebrant, and she needs to go back to London for the day to officiate at the funeral of a friend of her daughter's. Sally, Issy and I go to visit Auntie Beth again. Today she doesn't respond to us. She looks like she is trying to open her eyes, but she can't quite manage it. We tell her we will come back again tomorrow. We are not sure that she understands this.
We drive to ...
Friday: Helga took a slightly alarming route from Orford to Cambridge for towing a caravan - but admittedly there was no traffic. We did manage to avoid going under the bridge that only had 2.5m clearance (with the bikes on top of the car we need 3m). Arrived at Cambridge Caravan Site which was lovely and flat and we had an enthusiastic welcome. Took Mike off to his reunion and ...
... I'll think about now when I cycle through the park in the next academic year! My flight leaves Heathrow at 6.30am and I have a short stopover at Schiphol airport in Amsterdam before the long leg of the flight to Kilimanjaro airport in Tanzania. This is the first time I have travelled on my own but I'm not nervous. Any nerves that might be there seem to be masked by excitement! I can't wait to arrive in Tanzania and be immersed in their culture! I think I'm supposed to sleep now... ...
... make that bus. To make matters slightly awkward, Nick decided to wear his America chubbies today so he walked around London with an American flag short shorts... Bryan didn't really talk to us/him until... Well we got back to the apartment later in the evening. During the bus ride, we saw some gorgeous British countryside. It was picturesque. It made me want to stay a little bit longer and visit there! But as they say, you can (and will!) come back! When we arrived ...
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