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... picture alone shows what we have gone through to find cheap thrills, to keep our sanity and finances in balance.
This will I hope forever be worth it, no more work!! no more responsibility for things that we don't care about, just sun, sea and swimming with turtles ahead of us....
We shall keep you posted! xx
... was given a bottle of
Mount Gay rum and I have a beauty bag full of Liz Earle toiletries, a
favourite of Ali's. The sun came out during the meal – not an
opportunity to be missed, the wedding party disappeared for another
quick photo session.
had her shoes painted with their names on the back, tartan on the
front, Kiwis and RAF roundel etc. Her bouquet was red, blue and
white roses formed in the RAF roundel. The detailed planning ...
... bags and ran .... following Susan bless her heart I dont know how she knew but up the stairs over the platform down the stairs and around to the train (with lots of other people) we crammed on and found room for our luggage and sat a little spread out just trying to find a seat. We got in about 6;30 and didn't have too far to walk (4blocks) and got to our B&B St Edmonds. Dropped off our heavy luggage and went to find Old Cannononi Brewery. Susan found ...
... that is Germany, but be prepared...it's a lot tougher reading and feeling than it is seeing. It was definitely a low/high light of my trip though.
-I spent a lovely 2 days camping up in the Bavarian Alps with Berit! We did some really nice walks (much to my surprise because I was never one to ask 'can we go for a walk' at home) and saw some great places. We laughed a lot, decided cheap tents are better than expensive (because you can see the fluro tent lines) and went ...
... as our projected two hours was actually nearer three and a half.
The rain held off, although there was a fine mizzle now and again.
We were going west, avoiding motorways and the route led us through some delightful little villages with a pleasing variety of architecture... the sort of old towns and villages that make England the interesting place it is.
Ironically, the architecture of our final destination leaves much to be ...