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... amp; Lauren did their teen version of Boston sightseeing. Millie & Abbey had a ball and got spoilt by Maddy, Tanita & Carroline.
It was a perfect way to spend out last day in Boston.
Thanks for the great memories!
... came together a treat. It was one of the most fabulous evenings ever, Alexis was in awe of all her new relatives, Vince rolled out his humour and Abbey and Millie became the best of friends.
Meeting my Uncle Alan, Dad's brother was something I anticipated doing years ago. To finally achieve my goal to meet our British family after my search began in Boston 20 years ago was both rewarding and satisfying.
We have an amazing family!
We landed on schedule at 5am to a cold, wet England. We just took our time getting off the plane. We were actually last to pick up our cases! After waiting about 20 minutes in the freezing cold the car was eventually delivered to us. My own fault really as I did not ring them earlier and they were really busy. We made our way home. Stopped off at ...
... idea to go for my birthday and Christmas as we were going to be at home on our own as all our family are scattered over this country and the world. We were delighted when our good friends, Keith and Chris decided to come on the same cruise. Originally they were in the next balcony cabin to ours, until we were upgraded and moved to mid ships. We are now getting excited and are starting to ...
... it is 7.4 meters or 24 feet which is one of the highest of the year. The mudflats have thousands of birds feeding on them but at low tide look relatively empty. As the tide comes in the available land shrinks until at high tide it is all covered with water. The birds - Curlew, Dunlin, Avocet, Oystercatcher, shelducks, and egrets keep moving closer together until they run out of space then all take off at ...