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... with the students from the poor families. I wonder if they let anyone in from a middle class background.
We have drinks at a cafe opposite King's and then drive back to Bury St Edmunds. Sally goes to pick Barbie up from the station. She cooks us a very tasty dinner of chicken followed by strawberries and raspberries set in jelly. Issy tries Pims for the first time. She likes it. I drink some of the Laffe beer that I found in a supermarket in ...
... I couldn't decide what coat or coats to take with me. The wonderfully weird weather made it very difficult to choose. But the leather jacket was a great choice.
(4) My new passport case. Not only does it hold my passport, but when I was out at the weekends, I had my passport in my money belt, and I could use it for my cards and money so that it was easily accessible (from the inside pocket of my leather jacket. Go ...
... more preparations done while nice and relaxed at Denise’s sister and brother in law’s place in Rayleigh (in Essex). Penne and Brian have been wonderfully patient with a couple of out of work Aussies. We have made some side trips.
We went to Old Leigh Town down on the water near Southend-on-sea. Was going to try cockles but chickened out when saw them .... yuk. Very historic place, one reason being one of the coastal towns where many of the ...
... Force pilots during the war. In fact, they used their lighters to sign their names on the ceiling! The Eagle was exactly what we have been looking for and it had an enjoyable atmosphere. We sat in there for about 2 hours just hanging out and resting. I had the fish and chips for probably the last time! After dinner, we had about 3 hours to kill before our bus back to London. We did what we always do, walk. We walked and walked. We even got lost in one college! It was fun ...
... yacht race from the shoreline on Boxing Day
Seeing Table Mountain with and without the table cloth cloud covering
"Daytime, nighttime" and "Steve, Steve, Steve"
Flat-hunting in Sydney and seeing some real shockers
Seeing the Vietnamese people working in the rice fields, complete with the traditional conical hats
Trying Rooibos tea with a drizzle of honey in South Africa and liking it a lot
Canoeing in the ocean at our ...