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... storage costs! I think I'm pretty much ready to go; the house is rented, I've had my jabs, storage men are coming on Tuesday and there were a million different life admin tasks to tackle that I couldn't even imagine. Roll on Thursday when Nic and I fly to Delhi for 3 days relaxation before the big adventure starts in earnest. And no, I don't need any more horror stories involving Delhi Belly ...
As we enter, Emily and I quickly found a place to do archery. Jeany and Weston were walking with us. Jeany bought 12 arrows and let Emily and I each do three of them. (Thanks Jeany!!!) I wasn't the greatest at it, but I hit the target on all three arrows, so that was good.
It was fun seeing the castle and walking though it, but it wasn't as nice as when I went to Edinburgh Castle. I preferred going there more. It seemed ...
... s birthplace was. Emily and I did a tour of this place, and it was quite cool. After waking through the birthplace, Em and I headed off to a place we saw on the tour, called The Windmill Inn. This was a bar that had been around since the 1600s. They had a special on where you could get 2 meals for £10. We both had Bangers and Mashed (three pork sausages on a bed of mashed potatoes, with a side of peas). To drink I had a Crabbies (alcoholic ginger ...
... water and if you're lucky, snakes as well. We've seen a couple of Viperine Snakes here on previous visits though we were not so fortunate this time.
The reserve gates were open when we reached them and we had a quick chat with the staff before setting off to walk the paths and try out some of the hides. We spent several hours within the reserve and the birding highlight was undoubtedly the Little Bittern that was very active in the reeds near one ...
... was interested to know where the phrase "to send to Coventry" as in give silent treatment to. As far as I could find out it may go back to the civil war where families in the area were pitted against each other. Or, legend has it that during the civil war Coventry was considered a less than desirable posting for troops so to be sent there was not a good thing!!
This is a city that has well and truly outgrown its industrial past. I have to say we had a good time ...