Hazel Wood Guesthouse
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... park for the kids (Michelle and Grace) to play, and of course buy an ice cream from the local Mr Whippy.
Cheryl and Michelle got a blast from the visit to Wembley, and for me the highlight was seeing the iconic Wembley Stadium. We trained back to London and Cheryl and Michelle did a ghost walk tour from Monument station while I had a night in and looked after Grace.
The two weeks in Antella went very quickly. Probably because the first four days were spent sitting on the beach at Donoratico on the Tuscan coast. Hard work!! Eventually I planted lettuce and leeks, collected tomatoes and zucchini, shelled dried beans and chickpeas and experienced permaculture. One night we drove to a neighbouring farm and watched Pride dubbed into Italian and ate pizza under the stars. There was also a pool to combat the ...
... 2 hours with an amazing view of the white cliffs of England.
To our luck, Joel & Nikki and their family were also in England! We met them for dinner at the local family restaurant. All the kids had a great time catching up and swapping tourist stories.
... drive took us 2.5 hours! It was Den's turn to drive and he copped a bad one, with bumper to bumper traffic the whole last hour! Very stressful indeed!
We arrived at the depot without mishap and after finalising the paperwork we squashed the 4 of us into a London Cab and took 30 minutes to drive 4kms to our hotel in Cromwell Road, Kensington! Sheesh! And the people in Perth whinge about the "traffic" at home - they have no bloody idea ...
... herself. I have no idea what lies ahead of me right now, but I trust that it will be beautiful. I have just finished flying from Edmonton to London, with the accompaniment of a new found friend and Hindi teacher, Sharul, relatively green to Canada and native to India. What a wild journey this has already proven to be. Much peace and reassurance was found in conversing with Sharul who had been to ...