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Lovely little guest house, staff very friendly and helpful.
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... 230469); -webkit-composition-frame-color: rgba(77, 128, 180, 0.230469); ">We had the privilege of being processed through customs by the famous Officer Trent and got some VIP boarding treatment by Jason's friend Mark.
Trip on the ferry back to Portsmouth was OK. A bit rollie, which lead him outside for a lot of fresh air! Ferry huge. Capacity 2400 people, and there were 400 on it, so there was plenty of room and no queues. Spent a lot of time chatting with Marc a french rider who was heading over to Britian. Check out the photo.
And guess what, it was raining back in the UK. Trip to Maidstone to see the bike dealer and arrange some parts was very cool from what we have got used to, and ...
... photo. Well apparently 100's of other people had the same idea and in addition to it being quite a busy intersection with some understandably impatient drivers, we made the best attempt we could and had a few laughs doing so. As the 4 of us adorned our Beatles tshirts, we were the source of amusement for other tourists also and are no doubt featuring in their holiday snaps. As the daylight dwindled, it was home to our apartment for a short rest before Wayne and I headed back ...
... londonien. Ah, la vie est belle !
Le bel été anglais….c’était hier. Retour à la réalité, c’est Dimanche matin, tu as la gueule de bois, il pleut. Bon on a quand même eu un peu de chance, il s’est arrêté de pleuvoir l’après-midi. Cela nous a permis, Josie et moi, de visiter London pendant que Tom bossait. On a loué des vélos, vous savez ceux que tu prends à un endroit et reposes quand tu es arrivé à destination. ...
... for this to be possible. I could have stayed 2 weeks and gone every night and not run out of productions I wanted to see. The next morning I met Alexa at Paddington station, me with my backpack and luggage as I was staying the evening, and we caught the train to Oxford. Oxford is a gorgeous little town full of old and wonderful buildings. We decided that an English meal at an English pub was the best idea for lunch and choose one we liked the name of, though what it was escapes me now. ...