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... the other person comes from-it is what makes them, them after all. Ange is a kindred spirit. I am so glad I met her; she is one of those people you can just be yourself around.
Joey is another such person. I met him through Ange when they were dating. It's so wonderful to be able to get on with your friends' partners. It doesn't always happen but I am glad with my closest friends it has, otherwise I would probably see less of them. To make a short story even ...
... the trip to Broadstairs and to Dans's parents house. His parents were in Cambridge for the week but there was a festival happening called Folk Week. This is apparently a tradition in Broadstairs where everyone comes home to catch up with everyone at the pub, no one actually attends the folk music but they all go to the pub. We went to the pub and met Dan's cousins and friends and Aunty, however as I was still quite jet lagged we headed home ...
... Yeoman Warders i.e. Beefeaters tour. Spencer was a bit sulky at this, as he wanted to do the audio tour and we had said no, so of course he 'couldn’t see anything and couldn’t hear anything’. It seems that all of the complaining that he didn’t do yesterday was being crammed into this one hour! We persisted with the tour and it was great. Our Yeoman Warder was pretty humorous, making the stories of horrific beheadings seem quite ...
We are counting down the days until our 8 week journey through Costa Rica with our two young intrepid explorers!
So what are we most looking forward to?
Joanne - 8 weeks with my lovely family and lots of wildlife encounters
Pete - a long rest with no phones
Freddie - eating coconuts
William - seeing capuchin monkeys.
The first question most of our friends have asked is, ...
... was rather an idealistic English scene.
From there we trudged, rather sore footed by now, back to the flat via the Abbey Road crossing made famous by the Beatles album cover.
While Anita and Mum rested I headed off to Kilburn High Street to get a SIM card for the iPad and to shop for tea and supplies at Sainsbury's.
Then a quiet night in with an old episode of Mid Sommer Murders. Tres ...