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... catch up with him and Avril over team and cakes in the garden (a 20 degree evening in April - a real treat) and to hear what they have been up to.
Friday was a bit frustrating as we had hoped to get some shopping done for the girls but our efforts went unrewarded. We also spent a few hours in IKEA looking for stuff for the new house and came away with ideas and questions but no actual purchases. We had a very slow journey back to Blyth due to traffic ...
... metres and the square boundaries about 50-60 metres. I felt really comfortable batting because you had to play everything on the front foot. After the game we had a few drinks in the clubhouse and had a chat with all of the boys which was good- I am slowly starting to know them which makes me feel more comfortable. We had Maccas for tea at 10:30 which was a ridiculous time to eat, but we were both ...
... it onto the train with ample time. The train trip took an hour and a half where we were able to see some of the countryside which was beautiful and something different compared to London. Nikki and Luke met us at the platform and helped us carry our luggage from the station to the car. The car trip took about half an hour and thank god we stopped at Houghton Main cricket ground because I was nearly car sick! They drive like rally car drivers over here. After ...
The boys agreed before I left the UK i should test out some curry! Apparently they were all a little hesitant after my experience in india but in the end our meal was incredible! We were all super stuffed after a few ours of non stop beer and food but managed to make it home and after our ritual bedtime story we all went to sleep. Martyn surprised me with a lovely ...
... the York Castle Museum, which features displays of life in York throughout the last four centuries, with reconstructed home interiors and even a section with several streets of Victorian shops. There was also a section on the 1960s, which made me feel quite old - my childhood era is museum-worthy? - especially when I saw the exact same dinnerset that we had at home, and which I think Mum still has some pieces of! Part of the museum is housed in what was once the ...