The Green Dragon
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25th December 26, 2014
What a great day Tracey has flown home 2 weeks earlier for a surprise visit, mum stayed as usual, drank bucks fizz from 11am. Michelle Steve ,Jade Ted & Mavis joined us for lunch. Started opening our presents around 3.30. Ted & Mavis left around 4 ...
... like a long time, it will inevitably fly by. Joel and I (as you have probably gathered!) both caught the travel bug a few years ago, and haven't quit managed to shift it yet....but this time we wanted to take on a new challenge and offer our skills out where they will be truly appreciated. Work as paramedics in the UK obviously offers us new challenges every day, however for both of us, we are ready for something different and new that we can work for, and do ...
... girls read books, slept and then got back up to watch local fireworks out the hotel windows and the London fireworks on the BBC.
The early start didn't quite eventuate as we didn't check out of the hotel until 9:30. At West Brompton station we had to wait for the train the longest time this trip to London - 10 minutes as it was a Public Holiday. On the train, and with a change at Earls Court, we were on the way to Heathrow airport to pick up our hire car. It ...
... it the way they do it at the Chinese shop'; 'I find it hard to believe this is a red curry', a litany of complaints to the waitress, then to the manager, then the owner, who had appeared to try to placate them) forced us to go home via the off-licence for a post-dinner drink. The Rai D'Or is the original name of the pub/brothel which was built at the time of construction of Salisbury Cathedral to cater for the builders' needs. It also had a secret passage ...
... for lunch.
Alan and Marion had tried to reserve advance tickets for the castle, but they were already sold out. Even so, they were advised that we could simply show up after 2pm because that’s when most of the tour buses depart and the castle becomes less crowded.
Alan had done his research and located a nearby pub called The Yew Tree, where we could enjoy a leisurely meal.
The Yew Tree turned out to be ...