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I wish I could work out this TravelPod, I suppose I will have it down pat in 4 weeks time! Anyway, we had a free day in Richmond where all we did was tour the castle, walk around the Saturday market, which was very small and had some lovely cheeses and breads on sale and then - wait for it- Greg sat down in the lounge of the B&B, read a book for an hour or so AND had a nap. Obviously no mountains nearby to climb. All this was in preparation for the 37.5 km walk on ...
... drop our bags. Chilled in our room for a bit before taking a walk over the Canal to source a place for tea. Found a lovely pub on the riversode and brought a beautiful beef stew with two large yorkshire puddings for £6.50 good price. Walked back to hotel finding a sign at pub two doors down "Mel's Quiz Thursday night" how could we resist. Went up to room and watched pitch perfect 2 (quiz on at 10pm due to league ...
... for the kids. It is all quite awesome and when we return to London I will upload some photos.
It now takes three caretakers to do the job that I did - however to be fair, the job as I knew it hardly exits now.
We joined all of the staff from the school for a 'bonding' day down at Brighton on Friday.- two bus loads of us. The men were outnumbered by the ladies by about 10 to 1. I don' t know how many of you have been to Brighton ...
... we will be arriving in Vietnam on the 23rd via Bangkok and intend to head down to Ha long Bay ready to celebrate our one year in style! From there we will head down the country stopping off Hanoi, Hue, Hoi An and Da Nang before reaching Ho Chi Minh and returning to Bangkok for a few nights ready for our flight to New Zealand on the 10th Feb. After 7 weeks in New Zealand hobbiting about we will be sunning ...
Greetings from Oxford! Chris M. here typing about yesterday's activities as we drive to Stratford-upon-Avon.
We started the morning by driving to the Royal National Theatre in the South Bank of London, on the Thames River. Truly the heart of British theatre, we split into two groups and took tours of the modern building, seeing three of their theatres and learned their uses. We learned that the Olivier Theatre is one of the biggest theatre settings in the world, and for one ...