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... our heads smashed in.
We did find a pleasant enough windy path down to the beach - the bit without all the asphalt - with some withered looking desert plants that looked a bit odd in this very northern setting but at least were alive, and some nice flower plantings here and there in council planter boxes.
But the base line is - an old, faded sea port that's past its sell -by date that just fights against any improvement. Which ...
... the day was spent in Folkestone. Hmmmm! Great lunch and coffee . . . but . . . Oh and another thing if you're ever tempted to catch the 3:42 bus from Folkestone to Canterbury, DON'T! It's also the school bus.
We have to tell you, however, that it is currently raining dogs, cats and rabbits - the latter in the majority, and the weather is now rapidly declining. Off to buy wellies tomorrow!
Arrived, ate biscuits, showered, bed.
Need to be up at 6.15am for the eight o'clock ferry. That means half of a proper night’s sleep. Urgh.
I stopped for keep-me-awake coffee at about 11pm at Reading Services. The place was deserted. There were more members of staff (about five) than customers (me). I had a Sicilian lemon muffin my coffee. Tasty.
In the past few years Sicilian lemons and products ...
... of luggage were returned safety.
Driving through the airport was phenomenal it is HUGE! feeling half asleep we prepared for thr 2 hour journey ahead to Folkestone. Driving in the UK is definitely an experience couldn't believe how busy it is.
Now were at Nan and Grandads house all safe and sound I am definitely looking forward to some sleep. Catchya later :) x
Bridget writes …
Good news at last!!
I finished my 6
sessions of chemotherapy at the end of May and after a brief stay in hospital
for some blood and antibiotics I began to feel better. I still had regular trips
to the hospital for check-ups but life was getting back to ‘normal’. At the end
of July I was given 10 days off so we headed down to Devon
for a week. It ...