The Speech House Hotel
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Holiday all booked,including coach to Heathrow. Just under 5 weeks to go! Time to plan preparations in detail. Priority,however,is to finalise Marcia's talk to St. Arvans W. I. next week on last years NZ trip. Need to reduce her photo list from the current ...
So we're 2 days into 2015, and the year that a lot of excitement (hopefully!) will bring :) Back in July, Joel and I met with Mags Riordan of the Billy Riordan Memorial project, to discuss the possibility of a volunteering placement at her clinic in Cape Maclear, Malawi. We were offered positions for a 6 month period this year. Now that we can say it's this year - September to be more precise, it's starting to sink in and the excitement can start to grow! Although 9 ...
... just managed to attract the drivers attention before he drove off - phew.
What a huge car the Europcar people gave us. We were expecting a 7 seater but ended up with a 9 seat VW Transporter. Our planned route to Bath was through Guildford to see a building at the University of Surrey, Salisbury to see Stonehenge and Lacock to see a historical village. We made it easily to the University of Surrey and the Duke of Kent building. THis building was used to film ...
... of things - like how there was a guy who lived above the baths before they were rediscovered, and he complained to the council that his basement was flooding. An expert traced the source of the water and discovered both the now archeological site and the hot spring as well. This poor guy, and everyone whose house was above the baths, had their houses removed entirely to allow the archeological dig to start. I bet that's the last time he complains to the council. Once the tour ...
... on the screens. Will have to check that out. Paul and I drop the kids and we go for a little walk in the rain through the shopping centre and have a drink together. It astounds Paul the price of clothing on some if the 'cheap & cheerful' shops, in comparison to back home. I bought a pair of casual shoes to knock around in £6!!! I don't quite know how ill get all I want to buy back. Perhaps ill come back for a shopping trip with an empty suitcase ...