The Chequers at Slaugham
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... rider went clip clopping down the lane. It is such an idyllic place to live, they have the best of both worlds.
Today is our swan song, ...
... loves bounding through the bracken chasing rabbits and I sure needed the walk, too much good food. It is now 9.30 pm and still light.
Love Etta xxx
... in to the rozzers today). Eventually we opted for the tube and arrived late but without further incident.
Catching up with Joel, Rosa, Rob, Jono and Alice over too much Mexican food was awesome and all sorts of threats have been made about a big weekend at the end of October before I head home.
Today I have only to await a courier to deliver my Euro sim card, hand in some poor souls keys and catch a train to France in the evening.
I decided to travel to South America as it was a continent I had deliberately avoided for a long time,concentrating my travels instead on Asia,the Middle East and Eastern Europe over many years.I always looked at the countries of South America from the outside as being very similar,the same language,pretty awful food and I could not stand South American music.These were just some of the aspects that put me off going there.
However,a couple of journeys I made ...
... information centre. Heading from there to the neoclassical Chapel which is stunning. Walking across the green to the Painted Hall, it is the finest dinning hall in Europe. It took Sir James Thornhill 19 years to paint the ceiling and walls, the imagery celebrating the royal family and maritime power. Crossing over the road to the Maritime Museum, there was a art exhibition on J.M.W Turner. He had a life ...