Best Western George Hotel
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Simone and I spent the whole day in Norwich yesterday. I had my first taste of a cold day so was rugged up well. I have come down with a cold, so so much for my belief in Olive Leaf Tablets. It's not too bad though, just a few sniffles, so maybe they do work. We went into a lot of Charity Shops looking for a parka for me. Finally managed to get a really nice one for 7 pounds. I'm set now. As I am going to leave all the winter clothes here, it would be silly to go on a ...
So I've arrived safe and sound. The flight went quite quickly. Simone thankfully checked the flight times the night before and realised it was 5.00AM and not 5.00pm, a detail I omitted to tell her, so she left home at 2.30 am with only an hours sleep to get to the airport on time! After a quick tour of the house and garden, we went to the local market town of Harleston and had a cozy pub lunch and bought some winter ...
... was my brother and he is dead. Something should be different. I will go on, as before, because I must. As we all do, and I will do my best to enjoy my trip because this is where I am supposed to be...for now. There are not many photos for this entry, but I know you will understand. The pictures I have in my head, of my visit with David and Pam, are of their lovely garden, still with so much colour, and ...
I had 3 lovely days in Saxmundham staying with Karen, a kiwi I had met while working - she works as a private carer. It was great to relax with a fellow kiwi and just hang out!!
I also squeezed in two days of training with Christies - one day on Mental Health, run by a psychologist - I was impressed with his approach! The other day was run by an excellent in-house trainer, Colleen, and covered Parkinsons and Multiple Schlerosis.
... town with a pier, old style narrow streets and the dominant church. All the foreshores of these seaside towns are set up with carnivals to entertain the holiday makers. There is obviously a big market for buckets and spades and all families trudge to the beach armed with large bags with spades protruding and we see the kids digging very large holes, but not so many castles.
Our day looking for the wonders of the Broads turned out quite differently ...