Travelodge Alton Four Marks
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More than 55,000 Km. Over 65 hours on aeroplanes. 3 continents. 7 UNESCO World Heritage sites. Countless boat rides, beaches, mountains and play parks. 26 cold nights in a campervan. A tiny pacific island more than 2000 miles from anywhere. It's difficult to know where to start summarising our thoughts and feelings from the last three and a half months. It really has been ...
... checking for spaghetti on the floor in the mornings OR the afternoons when I enter the kitchen. It was becoming more frequent. Now there are scattered pieces of broken spaghetti on the floor about 3 or 4 times a week. Each time, I clean up the floor, open the pantry, check the spaghetti package and then move on to the rest of my day. Why, you ask, did I not MOVE the spaghetti package ...
I stayed with Naomi for the next 4 days and had a great time with Noah and Lahni. Although I have known Naomi for 26 years, I only ever seem to get small pieces of time with her - far too small.
I was extremely sad to leave and just hope that it is not going to be 6 long years till I see her and the kids again.
Bright sunny day and I'm feeling slightly better so I headed over to Alton to hear the talks from Horizons Unlimited members. I decided not to camp as it may aggravate my throat, so I dropped into the campsite late afternoon and met the small crowd.
I spent the first hour or so chatting to Belle and Nads who had just returned from their overland ...
... basking sharks. According to everything we read, this is the place to see them and this is the time of year to do it. I horridly put together a fast weekend getaway and we flew over on Thursday night a week before our Thursday night exit to Far East Russia. Was not a good start to get to the Isle of Man and once there, the basking sharks were swimming in gale force winds which meant we never had a chance ...