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Today sees us leaving Witton Gilbert with Passports! Vicky took us to Durham Station and then we caught the train and bus to Manchester Airport! The whole journey went very smoothly, with the exception of lugging large cases up and down stairs at York but hey ho! Very early in Airport - 1hr before gate opened. Looking forward to being frisked by Si but he's in Teneriffe! Both well and now waiting for Gate to open and signing off for next ...
... phone rang, it was the dealers. He told us he couldn't speak long because he was calling from a phone box and he only had 50p and with calling a mobile that wouldn't last long. We told him we were coming to see him anyway and hung up. We arrived, stayed amazingly calm and went for the sympathy vote by telling him about our trip and how all our plans were being ruined. He probably thought "They're trying to get some sympathy by telling me they're going on an eight month long ...
... it was to other cathedrals we have seen. There wasn't much of the fine artwork on the ceilings and walls which made the stonework stand out tremendously. It was almost breath taking to think of the work that went into it. Fine detail and such interesting design elements. You could easily sit there for hours and be mesmerised.
In the Chapter House of the cathedral they have some pieces from the Staffordshire ...
... bags. It may have only took us five minutes to walk there, but with dual carriageways, one ways and wrong turns, it took us half an hour to drive back. We loaded up and were soon speeding up the M1 towards families and Christmas back home. It felt so good I even found myself starting to hum that God-awful Chris Rea Christmas song. Wednesday Christmas Eve until Sunday January 25th Had a great time over Christmas, New Year and early January ...
When our train arrived in the heart of the English countryside, we were met on the platform by our friend Charlotte, whose parents, Jeannean and Gordon, had graciously offered to host these two wayfaring expats over the holidays.
After the rain-soaked intensity of Edinburgh and a day spent bouncing from place to place on a train, a few days of peace and quiet were essential. The sparsely populated hills and fields of Denstone, Uttoxeter, located ...