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... when it was revealed that our next destination was not London. I was forced by my own men to return home. As far as anyone else knows, I had come back by my own hand. It was demanded of me that I was to make it seem that I gave the order to turn back, as to not get my crew charged with mutiny and executed.
I doubt the Muscovy Company will want to fund my next expedition, but I assure you that my journey is far from over.
... TV in afternoon - both Iain and Gill watch a lot of TV - day and night Contacted Allan Hogg re the N Type - He tells me Bonhams have refused to up the reserve to £80K from £65K so car could go for £65 - I will wait and see. Took Jeremy for a ride in Mildred. He enjoyed it but I think he was a little scared. He was hanging on with both ...
... and were actually really good.
On Sunday I went down to Rye and Camber to see the beach. The wind was fierce and in the carpark behind the beach the sand was being whipped into my face, eyes, mouth and hair. It was so crazy I had to go into the shop between the carpark and beach to look out and see the water. It was horrible and murky and brown! My intentions to walk along the beach were dashed and so I headed into the city centre of Rye. Rye ...
... of The Killing, so perhaps I'm being a little unfair.
I was at Ritoweg for two weeks, and on my days off I visited Sissinghurst (stunning), mooched around the small local town of Headcorn (missable) and went to Whitstable (lovely).
I managed the amazing feat of getting up at 6.30 on my last day (long story, but I had to get the car service in Orpington) and was also very proud of managing to drive through the Dartford tunnel to get to my next placement.
... to visit Hever Castle, which most of the five of us had not explored before.
More of a semi-fortified moated stately home than a proper castle, it’s set in the most magnificent grounds, as you can see in the photos.