Alison House Hotel
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- Pets allowed
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... not allowed to have bank accounts. Aaaaaahhhhh! Finally we have access to our money and remarkably, even a bank account. So finally I hope that all the stressful bits are over and we can start relaxing. Otherwise we will have to come home.
Then there was the motor-home. It is great and we are pleased. It was just exhausting to try and learn all the buttons and switch over from 220 volt to 12 volt to gas, the cassette toilet, water, ...
... by word of mouth among groups and families who could not read or write. Historians generally agree that very few significant oral memories have been made up out of whole cloth; that most have at least a kernel of truth embedded in them somewhere. The debate has centered on where the central thread of truth lies and how much of it has been reshaped or embellished during repeated retellings."
Tonys birthday today..... Very hot and after breakfast we went up onto the top deck and bagged a sun lounger, it was too hot for me and I stopped for a while then went into the ship for some retail therapy and treated myself to a Swarovski bangle ....very nice. Back in the sun for a while then into cabin for shower and cool off. Tony came back and we sat on ...
... Richard jump started the Volvo, put the top down and said drive round for about 20 minutes and enjoy yourselves (bless him). So with the wind blowing through my sparse locks, it felt a bit romantic, that was until MDH said I should get sone petrol. How long have we been driving for, is it 20 minutes yet? MDH says it is only 14 so I suggest we drive around the petrol station so we don't have so far to walk if we run out, knowing our luck we would. ...
... so it was quite a contrast seeing it clean and golden on a lovely late-summer day.
We got to her home and sat in the sun drinking tea and just talked and talked and talked like teenagers again. It was especially good for me as she is not the world's most newsy correspondent – quite a regular one, but doesn’t write news of her own life much, unless I wring it out of her, so it was great to be able to really get a sense of what’s happening in her life. ...