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... the musings of the possible positive impact of melting ice caps and rising seas begin enter my mind.
We saw a sign to the "Creative Quarter". Surely this was worth investigating. It had to be better than Asphalt Wasteland-on-Sea and the garish skate-board field that covers what is actually a quite decent shore line.
It turned out to be a few rather attractive (in their time i.e. about 100 years ago) vacant buildings with boarded-up windows. ...
... before the gates closed would proceed at a “Canterbury pace”, from which came the word canter for a rapid gait of a horse! He also said that animals were allowed loose to graze inside the city walls in the day time, and any that were not collected by their owners before the gates closed, were put in an enclosure called “the pound.” Brilliant!
We walked and walked and walked. I had lovely baths in a nice deep bath tub. The bed ...
... of our fragmented, splintered hearts and throw them in a pile so they're whole again. But when I'm in the dark, death's ugly permanence can't live on.. it evaporates leaving us in peace. Because if you can feel their soul with you then death has been thwarted, and you realize the body has always been-- and always will be -- weaker than the soul. The soul grows with the body but doesn't decay as long as you tend to it. The soul expands until it ...
... this pub is owned by Jaimie Oliver's parents and this is where Jaimie had started his career, washing the dishes in the family business. I won't pretend we didn't know who owned the pub before we entered, and it did have a slight influence on our decision to have a drink there. It was interesting though, just sitting watching the goings on. The phone rang non stop as people booked parties for Xmas functions and into the next year. It seems it's more popular as ...
... and Steve who was visiting. They told Bo about a hot rod/classic car show at Beaulieu, which is just below Portsmouth.
On our last night at Howlfield Lane we walked down to The Chapter Arms, the local pub, where we met a nice couple who had renovated an old pub further up the road, and made it into their home. They were keen to show us their home, so we went and had a look at it once we had moved accommodation the next day.
Well, we went and had a ...