Copthorne Hotel Sheffield
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... he realises what he's letting himself in for, 3 months backpacking around Asia... With me :) Getting excited as the hours pass by it's time to head to the airport a day early to stay in the airport hotel as we had an early flight in the morning. Fingers crossed everything from here goes ...
... like going for a walk of a morning will be the things that will help get us through the next 6 months- even though it was absolutely freezing! Nikki picked us up and we went down to the club for my first game of cricket. All of the boys were really good and made both Jenna and I feel really welcome. Jenna has made friends with a few of the other players partners which has certainly made her feel ...
... hotel at 9 to give ourselves plenty of time to get to Kings Cross and find out where we need to go. Carrying our luggage from the hotel to Pimlico station was a lot harder then I thought it would be. We finally made it to Pimlico and caught the tube to Kings Cross with plenty of time to spare, so we sat down to rest our legs at Pret and I had a coffee. We eventually found out which platform we had to catch the train from (unfortunately it wasn't platform 9 3/4) ...
Dear readers ( ever hopeful) , it is now Easter Monday and we have been here since Good Friday.
On Saturday we - Di, Mike, Craig, Jan, us and the dogs went on a big walk from Redmires Dam into Hathersage, via Stannage Edge in the Hope Valley - it was Bloody Freezing when we started but great once we were over the other side it was fine.
We stopped for a lovely hot drink at a house on the hill that has an association with the ...
... Star Line ashtray in a box of crockery. So I now have a souvenir to commemorate one of the heroes of Jamaican and Afro Caribbean culture, Marcus Garvey. I was introduced to his story by a Jamaican nurse in the late sixties when I was in hospital recovering from a serious operation. I seem to have had my fair share of those! She was intrigued as to why and how a skinny and ill white boy was interested in the 'struggles' of coloured people. The memento is in the form of ...