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... of my house swappers are coming over so I've just cooked a shepherds pie ( about the only thing I know how to do without a recipe)
had a haircut this morning and tomorrow it's back on the train for a couple of days in Rugby staying with some friends
So all is well and only a few more weeks until I leave Stroud..bit sad really....but then on to more adventures! ...
... to the airport in style in her lovely new BMW and made tentative plans for her and her new hubby to come and visit us in Bath next year.Note insisted on parking and helping us into departures with our luggage and after checking in our bags we had a last coffee together before yet another sad farewell, thankfully the also the last one. All goes well until my turn at the Immigration control. They check our passports. Something is wrong and ...
... drinks! Was a lovely sunny
morning and great views while circling over the city.
Was pretty hard to remember to speak in English at first and
the guys at Swindon bus station got a stream of abuse in Spanish (which I then
translated for them!) when they let the bus I wanted leave early! Had a long
chilly hour to wait for the next one.
... town, Adrien fell asleep on a couch in a bar at one of our rest stops. tony said we should leave him asleep and start riding. We got to the lunch stop and he showed up. We all cheered and he made some miserable apology and excuse. They are making this such fun. Then the crew is great too. The cook and his mother do the cooking, the captain is great fun as are his two deckhands. Then there is Braune the bar guy and waiter who sees to our every wish. I wanted diet coke which he ...
... that Bath was known before then. They built baths and a temple on the surrounding hills of Bath. Edgar was crowned first king of England at the Abbey in 973. The city is also known for its many beautiful parks and the Victoria Art Gallery.
From the city, we were driven by tour bus out to Stonehenge - on the way we passed many traditional hamlets and farmland. We saw one of the famous chalk drawings - of the ...