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... on time for once. The guard didn't come round so it was a free trip for us! To be fair though, the amount of money I have paid them traveling to London over the past 11 months I should have my own seat. With my name on. Enough time for a quick stop at M&S to grab some lunch. Decided to go for the usual Brie, grape and cranberry sandwich; cheekily followed by a cocktail sausage roll chaser. Negotiating our way through Poole bus station, I ...
Left house 2pm after slow morning.
Drove to Bournemouth
Bear Factory for clothes
Gardens - Vintage brass band - Aida dancing, bubbles
Pier - Helter Skelter
Glass wine at restaurant
Collet online shop from Asda
Home to see Yusuf
... predicted, all did not go quite to plan, but I think I am leaving with everything I'll need - sorry mum for the mess still left behind, take it as a memento ;) I know you'll miss me really! With most other chores done, I now find myself in the most welcoming environment (with a second G&T in hand) and the company of mum, Keith and nana OBE (sorry, in joke!) whilst joe is in an interview for a management job for our return - but don't feel too sorry ...
... a beer called "Fossil Fuel" and further on we visited Corfe Castle Village, Corfe Castle ruins and the village of Swanage, all set in a beautiful English countryside. We decided one day to walk a beach which turned out to be a rather interesting beach as we quickly discovered it was a “naturista beach”, I will only say we were overdressed (for awhile anyway!!)!
Just a few doors down from our house was Compton Acres, beautiful ...
... day. The scone was soooo good that Carolyn asked for the recipe. The owner just happened to be there and she wrote down the recipe for us, explaining as she went, if Carolyn would donate 2 pounds to her father's charity. The charity was to help soldiers who fight in the British army, but they are from another country... I forget the country. The rain subsided, we walked home. We cooked the fish, cauliflower and fried potatoes. At 4:00 ...