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This morning it was back into Harvestor for a continental breakfast. It was a lot quieter today without "Thomas" and family. Ian phoned his Dad and brother fr their birthdays. We drove into town without the GPS navigator which was fairly easy as our hotel is on the London to Brighton road. It was blowing a gale when we parked on the seafront near the Brighton Pier. Nevertheless Jessamy and Amy wanted to walk along the pebble ...
... departure lounge I'd love to know, because at 4 am on Sunday morning, when you're exhausted, it seems bizarre. A sign of how tired I was: I would have left my laptop on the security slider thing if Lil Sis hadn't picked it up for me.
And as for getting back to the gate quickly, we had time to get some water, spend our last dirhams (or is the plural still dirham?), take a refreshment break, phone home and still be waiting at ...
... that amongst South Americans it would lead to healthy and heated debate,as politics is a passion for them as much as it is for the people in the Middle East.
I always intended at the end of the trip to break down the countries into a succinct few sentences to sum up what my overall impression has been of each.So I have done that and included Peru,Bolivia and Ecuador in the mix to make up the ten.
This is without doubt the ...
... was about right.
So when Jim's "Any more for the Skylark?" email came through, I responded with a "count me in!"
Since then though, I had been through the inevitable mental loops.
Would I be able to cope with the car? I have been away for a day or two in it, but not for four or five.
Would I be able to cope alone?
Would it be easier to ask someone to come with me? If so, whom?
Would the whole thing ...
... 400 years, the author Vita Sackville-West, companion of Virginia Woolf, lived and wrote there in the 1920s. It is now partially run by the National Trust, with the Sackville-West family still in residence in a private section of the house.
We are not in luck this time. The stately home is going through an enormously costly restoration, and many of the magnificent rooms are closed, so we do not ...