Combe House Devon
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Sarah awoke way before the two alarms we had set and made the wake tea then into the shower, got dressed and when both of us were ready we locked up our room and again across the road to get the shuttle bus to Gatwick. It was then we met our first Hurtigruten travellers a couple of ladies from Jersey! We think travelling companions they also were up much early than expected. A short trip to the airport and we are then in search of ...
Bob picked us up on time ready to go to St David's station where we had a lovely latte and Olaf made a quick appearance to have his photo taken. The train was on time and so our adventure begins...... We arrived at Reading and it was wifely off one train, swap platforms and right onto the train going to Gatwick. All on time and now the next stop would be the airport. We got to Gatwick and decided to maybe walk to the hotel but making our way out of the South Terminal we ...
... our final destination from which we will both fly onwards our separate ways.
I hope then that you will follow me and Rach on our exciting journey and enjoy reading about what we get up to. I think I will aim to post weekly entries, so if you want to keep up to date, save this page away in your favourites or keep an eye on my facebook page where I will try and post a link.
Bye bye for now! Let the packing commence ...
... and 20 minutes queuing is a nightmare on one of the busiest days in the British travellers calendar. Eventually we head back via a reasonable change at Reading and we get to Newton Abbott station and a quick cab ride home.
I'd pre warned our neighbours who had been fantastic at filling our empty fridge and freezer with staples to get us through our first night back. There was a welcome party ready with keys, help ...
... with coffee and biscuits.
The journey to Reading is totally uneventful, not like our journey home on the same tracks earlier this year when due to the wettest winter in many a long year, we were surrounded by water, more like lakes all across the Somerset levels for mile after mile. Five miles across and more like 30 miles wide, the land was under water like never before. So with the railway almost mended at Dawlish and the ...