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Having conquered Europe, been to the wedding, it's back to Eastbourne to see family and friends. Oh and the dentist.
I'm going to give them another shout out, as Angeli is a fabulous dentist and has restored my faith, the hygienist is very good too, so if you need a dentist go see these guys. I think the cute little lady on reception fancies me too!
So for most of those reading this blog that are local,
DJ Jazzy Jeff,
18th September. We arived back into the UK at midday and my first thought was "Oh god, I've got to learn the roads again" but it has been like duck to water. We travelled from Dover down to Hastings as we want to see some of the south of England. We drove through the place and soon carried on due to our usual dilemma of finding parking. We wasn't disheartened by not stopping and it didn't look that interesting. The main reason we were going to take a look was because of the well know ...
... worked all day. We did have a water problem when one of the water pipes outside sprung a leak and none of the houses in the area had water. The water board fixed it pretty quickly though so it did not really cause a problem. Tim was home at 6 and then we had boldness for supper and I tried some of the Hagen Das salted caramel ice cream....unbelievably fantastic!!!! Watched New Tricks, and then to ...
... and then Val, Jodi and I went out for dinner to this Chinese restaurant where the food, in particular the Peking duck, was amazing. Actually some of the best Chinese I've had in a long time. We stayed the night at Val's. She was so good to us, insisting on giving up her room to us and sleeping on the fold out couch, even though we protested. It's been really nice to see her again, considering how much she did for me last time I was in the UK all those years ...
... the 2nd Hunger Games book, and immediately get into the 3rd! Only took me 3 days to get through the 456 pages of Book 2, and by the end of today's cricket game I was more than 150 pages into the next. Scott scored 21 in the game, and his team won quite convincingly. A few casual drinks with the teams afterwards and we were back home by ...