Combe Haven Holiday Park
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- Swimming pool
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... street towards my hotel minding my own business just trying to get to bed a car drove through a puddle sending a tidal wave of icey water over me. Now usually this would **** me right off but after being awake for 32 hours and being so close to the hotel I just didn't care! Once I walked through the room 416's door I was straight in the hot shower to warm up then dove straight into bed where I slept like a baby from the remainder of the ...
Changi airport was uneventful. We bought a few bits and found an Italian themed restaurant for lasagne and a pasta sizzler, a rather tasty concoction of roast vegetables, spaghetti and tomato sauce. We walked down to the boarding gate and soon boarded the Airbus A380, this time on the upper deck, but still economy. We took our seats and the couple next to us in the central row of four complained they were cramped giving me sideways stares. The stewardess ...
... bottles of water and a few biscuits!The train took us to St Leonard's where we are catching up on washing, Le Tour and salad. The weekend will be spent with the family then it's back to France for a summer of family, friends, wine and rides out on the bike!
To those of you who have followed our trip and read every word ...dear reader well done. To those of you who have just looked at the pictures - well you're not reading this anyway but we hope you enjoyed the pictures ...
... and on each side of the road there will be a line of slightly squonk telegraph poles, making it very hard to take a picture without them in it.
The ground in many places is very hard to dig and known as 'God's concrete' so it would not be feasible to put them underground, but it does seem a shame.
It really is the Big Country.The skies are big, the vistas are endless... everything in the USA is vast.
Signs are huge.Portions are ...
... and a short time later 5 of them left. The place could hold maybe 50 diners. As it was so empty the waiters constantly hovered over us which we found a bit disconcerting. I had chicken vindaloo which nearly took my tonsils out for me and Jean had a duck dish. Rice and poppadoms and a chutney dish plus a double whisky and dry, a beer and a nice French Red later, we retired to the van happy and full.
This was ...