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... life living, there were shops, pubs, homes etc. also found a room with historic military memorabilia and coincidentally a memorial book was open on a page with a G Winfield names recorded. Took pics for future research. by now it was really hot and we were pretty tired. It was also time to head back to find Steve and Janet's home. Grabbed ourselves a frappe from a muffin break store and then aired the car, switched on TomTom (did I say how much this ...
... Lasagne and the lovely lime cheesecake. I hope our lime is surviving the winter! I got plans for the limes?!?,? After tea, watched some Wimbledon highlights and then the movie, Saving Mr Banks, story of turning Mary Poppins the book into the movie and the relationship between Walt Disney and PL Travers. An excellent movie. Loved it. Made for a late night but well worth it. Nottingham tomorrow. Home looms large! Did enjoy the day ...
This is my last night at home before I head out to Guatemala via Houston.
I'm too nervous to sleep and I'm enjoying my bedroom for the last time.
I am also finishing some last minute music downloads and playlist editing for my ipod. Setting off at 4:30 in the morning for London Heathrow. I will also be keeping a personal journal as well as an online blog.
I will post again once I'm there and I get chance.
... to hide away to concentrate only on God. Abbey had been 'improved' over the years with things like the tower. Had a wonderful time walking around the ruins, discovering where what was. Amazing WarmRoom with a fireplace which would fit a huge log. Wasn't to warm the monks as much as food storage/granary. We then 'Took in' the gardens with their beautiful trees and ponds. Walked up the ...
... had suddenly gone quiet to be replaced with an autonomous voice that sounded like the voice of Hal from 2001:
“Pardon” The sat-nav exclaimed nonchalantly.
“Christ!!” screamed Shaun again..
“Pardon” the sat-nav replied; “voice command not recognised”, and we burst into a fit of laughter.
I’m guessing people in South America don’t have these ...