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After rushing to the train, we found a place where Emily and I could sit. We ate our burgers as we had an hour train ride. I really enjoy traveling by train. Its quite relaxing.
While on the train, as Emily slept, I read the program for Matilda. There was a section all about the making of the show, and how they turned the book into a musical. I was actually quite interesting. As it was fairly dark out, i couldn't really have looked out at the countryside.
And so it has (finally) come to this .... THE BACKGROUND From what was a desire (mainly mine!) to just do something and cleanse the mind and body of the patch one evolves within a plan to "see how the others get on" was begun. Firstly, recruitment was required. Naturally there was a degree of special and skilled management required to get the first recruit on board - there could well be a book on that task (and may still well be) plus an opportune drop in afternoon tea at our ...
... basement B&B, not the must luxurious maybe but we were fine and anyway we were tired, so it was soon morning. We weren't in the car above 5 minutes before Prof considerately went into elaborate detail of what he had eaten for breakfast, we considerately changed the subject (we really wanted to whack him on the head) it was going to be a long long journey home. and so it turned out to be. We stopped a couple of times on-route for coffee, on one stop we walked to a ...
Feeling very excited and a little anxious hoping that I have packed all I need for Everest BC trek. There are only so many times you can go over a check list! Had very last minute things to get from Cotswold the day I was leaving when I realised my Camelbak was broken.
Chosen last meal at home: My mum's Spaghetti Bolognaise - yum
Had quite a surprising emotional goodbye with my family at the ...
Finally we are getting into the UK timezone. Slept right through the night and woke up at 8:30am instead of 5 or 6.
We spent a wonderful day with the Garner Family in Hemel Hempstead, which was an easy 20 min train trip from Euston Station.
Jean and Peter welcomed us to their lovely home, where we had a champayne toast in the sunshine of their stunning ...