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... the city located on city streets, inside buildings and also out at airport and hospital so if you want to see them all - especially in one day - it would take quite a bit of planning.
The GoGoDragons have two real aims; one is to get people out and about visiting different parts of the city and discovering areas that even the locals may not have been to, the second is to raise money for a local charity called Break. You can donate via text/SMS and ...
... Yarmouth. Great Yarmouth has a long promenade along the beach with a carnival feel along the road. Lots of arcades and. Trinket shops with many fish and chip shops. We went to one place called Harry Ramsden's where we could seat 11 of us together. I had a small cod with chips and baked beans. I'm not so keen on those mushy peas.
On our way out of town, the mini bus had to stop at the ice cream shop. Richard's wife, Pat, bought some ...
... top of the racquet while choking up and opening the face. That was a very valuable chunk of time for me.
The last drill was a conditional channel drill where all balls had to land in either channel. Jen and Dan and I played. Two people played to 7 points, then rotated through. I find with all of these drills that I need to play them once to understand what is going on. I'm not very good at listening to the concept of a drill ...
... and really cutting the ball off on the volley. There was a bit of Sharapova grunting going on as well. As a team we lost 7-3.
We had our best match dinner. It was a full roast dinner with ham, grilled vegetables, roast potatoes, parsnip and carrots with gravy. The hospitality was unbelievable. I can see why this club is one of the most desirable in the area.
Another late night back at home. A bit of reading and then ...
... but it was tuna sandwiches. Usually I love tuna, but today I wandered over to a little food truck in the car park. A fried egg bap with butter and a hot cup of tea hit the spot.
Richard took us on a lovely driving tour up the coast of North Norfolk. The architecture is very distinctive here with the small stone walls in the houses. The masons must have spent weeks producing these walls. We passed through Happisburgh and Walcott, stopping at ...