BEST WESTERN The Jersey Arms Hotel
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It is just two short days before Chelsea and I depart England and begin our five month trip to the other side of the World and it's safe to say the excitement has started. Chelsea is currently texting me about her struggles at attempting to fit everything in her backpack while I look at my half-full bag thinking what I could possibly pack to try and fill the emptiness. We've been literally counting down the days ever since we booked this once in ...
... sort it I just wanted to get home. Flight from Helsinki to London was very bumpy with tiny seats and my bag was really late but Lucinda met me with coffee so all good. Had a lovely nap and we all went out to dinner that evening including Heath! and I slept well. So that's my blog done I hope you enjoyed reading reading as much I enjoyed keeping you up to ...
... because of our numerous diversions and difficulties, the 25kms had offered up some wonderful memories and I wouldn't have swapped anything. I am beginning to understand that in overcoming the external obstacles we somehow develop a greater capacity to deal with the challenges within. After all, a pilgrimage is a journey within which is accompanied and inspired by a journey without. In short, today was another magnificent day for long distance walking pilgrims.
... informed of said plans. We do indeed have a hectic social program with many wanting a piece of the Aussie action. On arrival we are to attend the Full Moon beer festival then change into our pageant outfits of red, white and blue for an evening of singing at the local church recital - yes after a beer festival. We have both the beer boots ready and specially purchased appropriate colours for the singing. The following day we are off to the polo, girls have been to Paris so ...
... the whole neighborhood in to one big ice skate park.
Yet in England I had the pleasure of experiencing a new obstacle. Flooded streets.
Let me set the context. A few weeks back I was shocked to see that the Isis has spilled over into the Christ Church Meadow flooding the park and the football fields. One of ...