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A funny day. Started out cloudy, cleared up and then rained later on. Wind still cold.
Went to Hastings. It's a strange place that seems to be divided into three parts.
There is the old town where the fishing boats are. It isn't a port and the boats are just pulled up onto the beach. There is no harbour as such. This is also where the old town is but we didn't get to see that.
Then there is ...
I have discovered why the Picasa pictures are different. Google bought out Picasa a while back in their attempt to control the world. At first they left it alone but are now starting to take control of it starting with the on line pictures. The pics are now shown in Google plus and they will be absorbing the whole thing within months. I never realised how much Google knows about you until recently when we were doing the Portugal trip. As ...
Lets start with the quiz. Today we saw a CLIFF and the cliff was WHITE. Where in the world were we?
Answers on the back of a genuine Australian $100 note please. The first correct entry received will get their $10 note returned.
Went to Canterbury today to see the Cathedral. This has been the seat of religious power in England for hundreds of years and ...
Weather man said today would be clear for half of it and cloudy with showers for the other half, and for once he was right. Well nearly. It was cloudy in the morning and lovely in the afternoon, which is the opposite of what he said.
We first went to Pluckley which is the village used in the Darling Buds of May TV series. It is a nice place but I watched every episode of that show and can't really remember ...
I have just fond out that what I see in Picassa and what you see when I send the pics are not the same. Jean asked me if I put captions on the pics and I said yes. It turns out that when viewed in Picassa the pics have a large caption on the bottom when ...