Travel Blogs from St Agnes
... leave us more time to enjoy the cities and places we're exploring! We decided that we'll sign off our posts with either "G" or "K" to indicate who has written the post in case some of the content doesn't make sense to the other's friends or family.
We have a very long 'to do' list to get through between now and 3rd February so there's lots to keep us going. In the mean ...
... our post for 12 months. But yes, Christmas is around the corner and with it Christmas parties. Kirsty has hers tonight and mine is on Friday :-) Kirsty has the misfortune of having to work Christmas day this year so to compensate we have bought a real Christmas tree! It looks and smells amazing!!
We will soon discuss whether or not to create a new account or just share this one, but, in the mean time, enjoy the Christmas period peeps!
... it's only available for Apple. Boo. Until then I'll have to test its functionality using my phone's web browser. That's for another day. I will have to play more before making a decision as to whether we continue with this but so far so good!
Well! Until things progress I'll leave it here and hopefully soon we will have a full scale blog under way to let everyone track us! I hope you are all well!
... land rises inland toward the South Downs. And I met up on two days with friends made last Christmas on the Walking Women holiday.
It was fun in spite of the RAIN. It rained about five of the seven days I was there, and was chilly and windy sometimes too. Oh well, it’s getting to be winter. Bet the weather back in Victoria is similar.
The Lanes and North Laine areas of town were abuzz with ...
Contemplated buying a new place whilst we were down here, its compact and bijou but its just us. Unfortunately, Carol took a embarrassing photograph of me trying out the facilities. When can a man get 5 minutes peace to contemplate the world. (see photo). In the end we changed our minds, we cannot claim for the moat on expenses unless I become an MP. The place was called Bodium Castle and it was an amazing place, full moat ...