Jessamine Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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... I'm not denying my ability to manage it all but I'm also not denying that I do everything I can to make everyone believe there is nothing to fear of these places, even when I know or experience differently. Being able to tackle everything on your own may seem like a great thing but at many times lately I'm seeing it differently. We are social beings, with a need for interaction, we require support ...
... sitting. The owner called him out on it, but he didn't take the hint and stayed there until he saw me and the PAs glaring at him.
The students all seemed to like the castle. We stayed until 1:30 and then boarded up to head home. I got carsick on the way back, because none of the buses have AC and today was quite hot - almost 80F! So when we got back I took a long cold shower and that helped a lot.
The two directors, Michael ...
... Airport, park my chubby little VW
0900 Arrive at Hayes to collect the camper van
1000 Ensure campervan is fully packed
1300 Arrive at Eurotunnel Folkestone
After all that; and believe me the timings are as tight as a ... never mind. It's compact. After all that, we sit in a tin can while it whizzes underneath thousands of tonnes of concrete, rock and water until we arrive in some foreign distant land that you can see from Dover. The adventure begins. So we ...
... tourists, including many touring school groups from the Continent. Travelling through the less-popular winter months has spoiled me.
It was fun to visit pubs that are or have been frequented by actors and authors I’m familiar with. The White Horse has featured in Inspector Morse and has on its walls framed photographs of Morse, Lewis and Hathaway. (I hear it’s also in the 2008 movie, Oxford Murders, with Elijah Wood and John ...
... and more of my contacts speak English and use social networking sites.
There is an established pattern to my annual December trip; Olives to harvest, groves to check, accounts to settle for work done during the year and income tax to pay. As well as the "chores" I will catch up with friends and do some Christmas shopping in Athens before returning to England.