Address: Trims Court, High Street, Overton, Hampshire, England, RG25 3JZ, United Kingdom | B&B
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      One week on, one year on

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Oct 24, 2014

      3 comments, 2 photos

      ... is pulling ugly faces and taking photos Friendship is finishing each others sentences Friendship is giving the other the "look" and knowing what they mean Friendship is leaving each other silly little notes which secretly make your day Friendship is squeezing zits on the others back Friendship is buying little naughty treats for no reason Friendship is washing wee out of the others wet suit so we don't get caught Friendship is doing plats before bed ...

      A Little Taste of Summer

      A travel blog entry by erotergum on Aug 05, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... holiday, I've had the luxury of my own bed, a bath, yummy home food and all the comforts and not to forget driving my car! Oh that brought me so much joy. I managed to go on a couple of runs a week and invent some CrossFit workouts of my own which was fun - especially with my mum! I don't want to go back and not be able to walk fast enough for the bus in the mornings! Coming home for the first time after so many months can only be described as what a ...

      Germany 2

      A travel blog entry by floro on Apr 30, 2014

      43 photos

      ... at the start of the French Revolution 1792 . The Abby became a quarry as the building was dismantled for the stone French army used it as a military base from 1796 to just after the Second World War ,in 1976 it was given to the town as a tourist attraction. I'm sure there was much more to discover in this wonderful place but sadley our get up and go had got up and pished off. We high tailed it for the chunel stopping at the most ...

      Monday bike ride

      A travel blog entry by floro on Feb 10, 2014

      1 comment

      ... attacked with a pen. 5 John Straffen John Thomas Straffen was a British serial killer who was the longest-serving prisoner in British legal history. Straffen killed two young girls in the summer of 1951. He was found to be unfit to plead and committed to Broadmoor; during a brief escape in 1952 he killed again. This time he was convicted of murder. Respited due to his mental state, his sentence was commuted to life imprisonment and he remained in prison until his death more than ...

      The Beer Book

      A travel blog entry by carpefeline on Oct 25, 2013

      ... 20 years. But I'm not as good as I'm not really a beer drinker. So it's a little hard for me to taste and beer and know if it tastes like it should. My hubby is an expert and has judged many a beer contest including novelty beers to his dismay which always include something like Jalepeno beer! I prefer my ole diet coke or diet dr. pepper anytime.

      When we move to a new location, new country, new town, ...