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We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
... what I may be eating for a while!
I am sure I will be kept busy as the boat needs quite a bit of maintenance work.
The weather in the UK has been getting steadily worse so we are looking forward to the milder climate.
Hope everyone is doing well.
We were both delighted when I was given the “all clear” and discharged from hospital last ...
... We are already talking about our big trip next summer. The last pix I took were at dusk last night and were of the sun setting through the woodland, I hope they come out well. Although there seems to be rain at wimbledon, it is dry and mild here. More tomorrow.
... efficient and easy enough to navigate the car in and out of the train shuttle. The cars enter the train from the side of the carriages and they are double decker carriages. After entering the train, we are told to stay inside the car and after a short wait, and as smooth as any travel we are on our way. In a lazy 35 minutes we were across the channel and on the road to Paris.
... into total chaos. That evening John went in to Leeds to meet up with three of his old First Direct friends, to find a whole host of them out on the town, either celebrating or drowning their sorrows, having been pensioned off or made redundant. Whilst it was great to see them all again, it was a bit of a sad occasion as well.
The next day we retraced our route to Todmorden to collect the caravan. ...