The Wishing Well Inn
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... try every street we thought was sending us closer to our destination. A short time later (read a really long time later) we finally found the castle entrance. We were relieved to get off the bike and enter the castle grounds to see if we could find Mr R HOOD. Unfortunately the only person we discovered robbing the rich to pay the poor was the lady taking the admission payment (or is that robbing the poor to pay the rich!). The admission was worth it ...
... VW lapped up the pace. We located the Travelodge in Ipswich, Had a quick bite in the dining room and duly crashed into bed happy in the knowledge we had finally arrived to begin our adventure. The next morning after a hearty breakfast we checked out and travelled to Amorex at Felixstowe to collect our bike. The big Tiger was sitting in the warehouse waiting for life to be breathed into it after its journey from Australia. After reconnecting the battery Marg and I ...
So today is the mad rush around "have I got everything ready?! day"!
I knew trying to pack wouldn't be the easiest of tasks, but I hugely underestimated just what a challenge it would be! So much washing to do, and so many compartments still to be discovered in this monster of a rucksack which will literally be my life for the next 5 weeks...!
I cannot wait to be completely packed and ready to go now!
... a sunny day. We didn't do much time passing. The best part was being in the reptile house, as it's sheltered and warm!
The only downfall, from a photographer's perspective, is that most of the animals were segrated from the public by not one fence, but two and some space. Mesh makes it difficult to get decent photos. Whenever I photo animals, I wish I had a longer zoom lens...soon, some day soon.
... again to turn upstream is very difficult. We filled our water tank at Upper Barnwell Lock.
Then we came upon some rowers who seemed to take up the whole river, going slowly so that we had to slow down, then speeding up. Then, when we gathered momentum again, slowing right down again so we had to go into reverse. They sometimes turned across the river without warning, as though we didn’t exist. There were four rowing boats plus a boy racer ...