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So this week started with my birthday. Yes I turned 27! I am
getting old even if my height and physical appearance still chooses to be a
teenager. I started the day with some texts and phone calls from home on the
way to work while my family back home had pizza and cake in my honour to
celebrate. The Julie and Nick dolls looked like they had a ball and were seen
eating, drinking, babysitting and of course posing with the family for photos. ...
... more. But some more time in our new home has allowed us to
use the weekends to chill out and also make our house feel like a home for
time we're here, and we're really happy with where we've ended up. On a sad
note, Mark's aunty passed away at the end of January, and we attended
the funeral in Exeter in early February. Mark read the eulogy on behalf of his
Mum, which was one of the hardest things he's done. The service was a fitting
tribute to his ...
... this! It was a lot of fun, and I was very proud to have ridden it! And we did have pretty amazing views :)
After that I needed food and we had the classic British meal of fish and chips on the Pier. The fish is cod, always cod I’ve noticed. We then ventured into the arcades area and spent a good hour bouncing around playing lots of games until we had enough tickets to buy something grand with our winnings .. which was a bag of marshmallows, a lollypop and a ...
... we did not have enough time to do all the rooms of the castle.
The view from the top of the keep was spectacular – you could see most of the village and the surrounding countryside. Most of the outlining district is farming land and it seems to be an affluent city.
We spent some time in the heights of the keep soaking up the views and enjoying the scenery. We decided to wander up to the flower garden, as the rose garden was not ...
... week to say a proper farewell to my friends/family, sell the car (mission accomplished today) and disturb London during the jubilee celebrations. I can safely say it was all worth the while.
Now I'm all set for the big push which happens tomorrow at 1300 hours from T5, Heathrow. Batten down the hatches Rio (not John Terry's mate), something wicked this way comes