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... is a little stream running through it and we find a seat to eat our lunch. A wedding is in preparation in one of the houses opposite and as we eat, the groom drives by in a chauffeured white rolls Royce - very posh!! And a very narrow lane to negotiate. The bridesmaids are in navy an done of them is out the front smoking - very nice!!! After lunch we put in Colin and Tanya's post code into the sat Nav and once more hurtle along the M25. Once we get off ...
... stream I saw lots of dicky birds and I didn't know which I should focus on first. Then the most lovely grey whippet showed up, who I took a particular liking too but my new red harness stopped me from jumping off the boat to go play. The next exciting lock was one we had to operate ourselves, we met a lady in a pair of flip flops modelling a handbag across her body complete with a life jacket, quite a strange look when I see what my lot wear, anyway she was struggling to follow ...
... and have our first Nicaraguan club experience which is culturally fascinating and great, 1) it's so nice being the tallest person in the club seeing over a see of people 2) Nicaraguans have a wonderful confluence in their dance moves between fluid and elegant Salsa and then all of a sudden quite intense and smutty grinding. Poneloya ( just outside Leon) We spend a few nights in the city before we leave for this place we have had a brochure of since day one, ...
Rain and strong winds forcašt for today,,so spent the morning sorting our stuff and packing ready for our trip,tomorrow, looked as though it was clearing so caught the bus into Kingston, headed to Marks and Spencer, where we finally managed to get some shoes formDavid and I had a wander round while david went for a wet ...
... all the time in London and indeed it rarely rains on the scale that I saw on my trip, with the heavens opening. It did however rain lightly for most of my first week back; somewhere between spitting and drizzling and as comedian Peter Kay once said: "it's that fine rain, that soaks you through"! My first week was also filled with familiar food: a full Sunday roast, Chinese, Greek, Lebanese and my beloved Irish soda ...