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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... at was the Loaded Dog. I decided it was time to go home, but when I walked out I got a big hug from Izzy who had just arrived to the pub with the American Studies bar crawl group. She convinced me to stick around for a while and I had a lot of fun. As I'm writing this, I'm thinking maybe I should give up trying to make completely new friends and just try to be closer friends with all of Ruth's friends she introduced me ...
... had a truly fantastic time while in South Africa. We have learnt suff, seen stuff and experienced stuff that will stay with us for ever.
Would I go back - yes; should you go - yes.
The touristy bits are on the whole, very safe, but we were advised to you walk / drive in the under-privileged areas of the towns after dark.
Today we depart Husband's Bosworth heading back through to Foxton to do the 10 locks once more. This time it's a sunny day, and we have lots of spectators, and a very helpful volunteer on the locks. Steve drives and Peter turns the sluices on, Julie tries to enveigle others into helping us swing the lock gates. All goes smoothly and we moor at the bottom. Time to visit the Foxton Canal Museum, a small interpretive museum, with impressive audiovisual and ...
... all of our luggage and we proceeded to the door. And we couldn't get out! We stuck our heads outside, and yelled to the train woman, "We can't get out!" She hollered back (cue: English accent), "Well you can't get off now, you've already had 3 minutes!" "But we HAVE to get off!" All this commotion, panicked looks, and did the other First Class passengers bother to help us out? Noooo! Why didn't the train people open the door for us? You call this ...