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... services to have a tasty McDonalds breakfast. We are very happy that our children have no idea what McDonalds is and that they mostly didn't seem to like the food. we got moving again and then parked up on the M25 for a while and then before we knew it lunch time was upon us so we stopped again and whipped up some last baguettes and carried on again. As we crossed the Severn Bridge and saw the murky brown water of the Severn Estuary we knew we were getting closer to home. To ...
... like they ran out of vowels and only use constants and double letters. Like we are staying in Waunarlwydd (pronounced warn-a-loid). I've attached some pictures of a few of the crazy word for you to try and say :P I haven't been able to get my good photos from Jono's camera yet but I will update when I have them. Tomorrow we are witnessing in the morning and then I'm not sure what we will do. Goodnight it's after midnight and I need to ...
Today Abi's family all went there separate ways to their owns houses, expect for Lizzie and Andrew who are staying in the Cabin for a few more days. In the morning we packed up all our stuff and drove to Swansea in Wales with Jono and Angie to go and stay with them for a few days. The drive usually takes about 4 hours but because there was an accident on the highway it took about 5. It was a nice drive but very hazy outside so we opted out of ...
... in their seats in Sven asking when we were going to leave but I knew better than to poke a bear when it is angry so I cut some grass. Forty five minutes later we were good to go, the house was spotless but unfortunately the van wasn't as the girls had been sitting in it amusing themselves while they were waiting so Jess got to tidy that up as well (we spoil her sometimes) and finally we could get ...
... Jacobs Ladder. This took us to the bottom of the falls and many photo opportunities. Amy took a lot of photos of moss and lichen (to paint later for her art studies). The path then took us across a small slippery bridge across the water flow to start ascending the other side. One of the viewing platforms was still covered with thin layer of ice. It was fun trying to skate around on ...