Travelodge Bedford Wyboston
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... open with one decent shower and toilet.
We went for a walk around the farm and part way to the village on well-marked footpaths, then back to sit in the sun and reading our books.
This is definitely a possibility for the future.
One more day sailing to Cape Kardigra & Cennet Island then takes us back to Marmaris where we overnight ready for the return flight the following morning to Gatwick.
Our first time on a Gulet - 20 passengers - so quite a different type of cruise for us, we usually enjoy slightly larger ships with around 900 passengers. No DJ's and Posh Frocks on this cruise but it's going to be a great fun adventure.
I did very little today. I went for a walk and I read.
I didn't cook. I had the lovely Chris to cook scrumptious meals for me.
I didn't clean. Wasn't anything to clean.
I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
... getting value for money. I'd heard lots of talk about Brit Stops which I understand is a new concept for the Motor home community where you can stay at places for free, in the hope that in return you will buy what they have to offer. A match made in heaven they chose a pub!!!! No real *********** Wayne’s part, indeed from what I've seen I have a sneaking suspicion that Wayne would consider it an absolute pleasure to ...
... the hills in this part of England.
We cooked dinner so had to do a supermarket run to the local Tesco. Food is cheap over here. OJ at 1£ per litre. Salmon at 10£ per kg. fruit and veg seemed to be cheap and available with a huge variety of products. I.e. Fresh peas from Namibia, and nothing seems to be seasonal. Cannot remember the cost of petrol but certainly dearer than home and diesel dearer ...