Olde Moat House
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... a special bill for the country's bicentennial, with a big picture of the signing of the Declaration of Independence on the back. They made 400 million of them, but it turned out so well that much to the government’s chagrin, people put the fancy new Toms in drawers and keepsake boxes, and passed them down to loved ones. Again, Toms didn't catch on, and they've been a cherished rarity since. Well done Brit! It was certainly more of a keepsake than the dollar bill ...
... Sri Lanka-KL-Melbourne. We paid about AU$650 each for these flights so decided to put the 'saved' cash towards some extra travel. The itinerary: Istanbul 3d/2nts; Dubai 4d/3nts; Sri Lanka 3.5wks; KL 2d/1nt; HOME! As usual, we sourced some great accommodation deals however for the first time ever, when we hit Sri Lanka, we have no pre-arranged plans... Just a guide book and each other! Let the fun ...
... ventured too close at times as they could smell the rabbits who were escaping from the fire. Through the trees we could see Egerton church lit up which was very pretty. The kids enjoyed some glow in the dark lolly pops and soon we made our way back to John’s house, to an open field to prepare for the fireworks. The kids were having a ball. How much fire fun could one have in one night!
There were sparklers to enjoy while Josh and Casper set up the two box ...
Big plans of getting out of the house early but robedoo phoned which was wonderful. Pondered on the Brolly too long and finally left it at home which was shame cos as soon as we hit Sydenham trains station the rain started didn't really stop all day. trained it to Windsor/ Etonian to visit Betty who had the audacity not to be residing at home. We toured ...
... to do it) and have actually felt rather lonely. I guess this is actually
a good sign. I felt quite lonely in Birmingham a lot of the time, and could
feel myself becoming more and more antisocial, and one of the things that I’ve
really enjoyed about my wwoofing experience so far has been meeting lots of new
people and making new friends. ...