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... did I put that' and from Glenna "Have you done this?"
We had expected to be able to select our seats and get our boarding passes on line but this service does not seem to be available - it allows me to reserve seats for all of our flights but only if I'm prepared to pay some 14+ Aus$ per seat - so no! Anyway we will have plenty of time to check in with our rather large suitcases which have to weigh in under 20kg for ...
... before and tried the pizza there so he actually didn't need to have pizza again but we do love it and that's one reason we always try it. So he didn't mind trying it again.
Anyway, his pizza reputation is intact, my geography reputation - if I ever had one - is shattered. And I must remember to keep my "I" countries in order and which week goes with which "I" country.
... at Abingdon as we set off downstream and into the Culham Cut and through Culham Lock.
At Clifton Lock we saw a notice about Days Lock facilities being closed until further notice. If we had known that we would have emptied cassettes and filled the water tank at Abingdon. There should have been a sign at Abingdon.
At Clifton Hampden Bridge we noticed that the damaged brickwork we saw last time had been repaired. We looked for terrapins downstream from ...
... On The Cam. Aussie and Jo had been and done this before so they wanted to use the same punting company as last time. In and out of dark lanes and alleys, across a lawn and down to the river. Not only did we find the right people but Jo actually found the right person, the guide that they had last time and he even remembered them....his name is Ed. Our guide was Kaz. We were milling around on the banks just waiting for our turn and chatting with Ed and we noticed the boats ...
... was still so great to be with the two of them. For a short time they were the closest friends I had while traveling, thats what its like when you backpack. You make fast friends that are like instant family, so it was sad to say bye to Blankie. We did walk her to the station and waved her farewell as her train went past.
Jamie was leaving about an hour later for Scotland and I was due to stay on my own for the night. I was happy to make a homemade bolognese sauce and ...