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... on our way home.
As we arrived home the gardeners were finishing off and Marie was in the office surrounded by post and deliveries, all of which could wait. We abandoned our bags in the dining room and went to bed, all except Oliver who thought he would tough it out until 10pm but I managed to persuade him to go to bed after I fed him pasta. Abigail took no persuading, she was in ...
... at Heathrow feeling quite human. As our train tickets were dated for the previous day so we returned to Birmingham by coach with a taxi back to Walsall after what has been an amazing trip.
People ask `what were the best parts?` It really is difficult to say as everywhere was different, all the trips and visits were great and each ...
... a tree and crossing the roof to my bedroom window was a sure warmth winner.
One of the first things I did upon leaving the familial birthplace was to buy a pedigree Siamese cat (which I loved that breed thanks to Lady and The Tramp (even though Am and Si were villains in that movie)) I also decided said cat would become and always be a housecat. No dog, no cars, no wildlife would threaten my precious bundle of fur. ...
All aboard for the last long hop back to London and yet another massive upheaval in the time department. As Celia had told us earlier, our "fright" would leave at 0035 and get into London around 0700 tomorrow, having gone from HK time to GMT in the meantime.
Better not to think about it.
Almost as we left the ground, I fell asleep and woke to the drinks trolley clattering past me.
Oh, yes, I think so.
We were fed and ...
Well, I have today and tomorrow to get myself ready for my Alpine adventure. So far I have big piles of stuff all over the place-massage stuff in the dining room, technology stuff in the lounge,clothing stuff in the bedroom. It's all very spread out as I'm trying to convince myself it will actually all fit in the tiddly Yellow Peril!
Packing for Asia now seems a lot more simple! Snow stuff is all so big and bulky, there is no way everything would fit in my rucksack. I'm hoping ...