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Well, it's cold and snowy and thoroughly miserable. So to cheer myself up, I thought I would turn my attention to the (almost) imminent trip to S Africa. I feel warmer already! We leave on Monday and everything is ready - except for the packing! So stand by for the forthcoming blog. This will not be daily but it will, at worst, be weekly, so keep an eye out for future updates ...
... so nice to see them and to catchup. Mike and Meryl were fantastic in helping us set up a cab for our arrival and return from the polo match. Which we arrived at in no time at all.
Green grass, open skies and billowing clouds met us at the polo grounds. Everyone is in high dress and heels. They are milling throughout the clubhouse awaiting the luncheon meal. It is a tasty meal of vegetable ...
The germ of an idea started in a back garden in Thornton Heath on 1st August 2013. I can pinpoint this date because the night before we had been to Hyde Park to see the Rolling Stones perform live - the first time we had ever seen them. Now, when I say 'see them', what I really mean is that if we focused the binoculars onto the big screen they were quite clear! However, it was the hottest day of the year and a great evening out. But I ...
... the traffic jams. Having said that, mother nature interfered with a tide that was too high for our boat to get through under some of the bridges and we had to wait for the next smaller boat. From there we walked to the West End looking for somewhere to meet up with Kevin and Frances. After a couple of beers we ate dinner at the Bear and Staff Pub across the Road from Leicester Street Station.
... hearted, forgiving one another, as God in Christ forgave you
Jen and I went through to the Guildhall http://www.stmarysguildhall.co.uk/info/ 5/history which was a surprise with little old staircases, wiggly floors, beautiful stained glass and a room with fine old painted floor tiles. They use it for functions now, it would be lovely for a wedding I think.
We had lunch at the Herbert gallery, there was an exhibition of ...