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... bash and then off to the station for our train to Southampton. We are staying here for the weekend before continuing our journey up to Heathrow on Monday 30th for an overnight stay before our flight to Cyprus.
Despite resembling refugees fleeing a war zone, the journey to see daughter Kayleigh and partner George was uneventful and easy....arrived at 3pm. Southampton weather was just as bad as Devon, cool and damp! A nice cup of tea ...
The day started of slow, but it felt like things where starting to move a loaded the bike up. the first farewell was a quick trip to Dorchester to CW motorcycles and a photo.
Then a last look round to see if I hand forgotten anything and then sit down for a hour with ...
... language and culture barrier in England. In Exeter particularily, people are not very open. You can't smile at someone on the street passing by, and in general you have to make an effort to start and keep a conversation going. They are very conservative. That being said once you get them talking you meet some very nice and genuine people.
There are also quite a few words and phrases that are very different in England. Simple ...
Weekending 7th March 2015
As you might gather from the pictures not many as camera is not working properly we are not in France, We are staying in and around the west country visiting nation trust properties till possible 1st April. Being ' 60' I had a bowel screening test and they found abnormalities, I have a procedure on the 19th March at ...
... and purslane. And Butcombe Bitter, still Ashdown rough cider! There are walking trails in the hills behind the village, we walk for a way. But forget the Samaritan Way, the Ridgeway or even the South Downs Way, it’s the Butcombe Way that Trevor and I want to do. Because as all of the other walking trails point you ever onwards along through the forest, the Butcombe Way points you to the nearest Butcombe Pub. And because it’s a local brewery, the trail can’t be too ...