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... does actually fit. Including the entire pharmacy I've decided to take with me. Can never have enough Imodium I've been warned! The discussions with Sarah about whether we should take a washing line sum up our thinking. I think we need to get into the 'travelling' mindset and fast! Wow, this crazy idea about doing some wandering across the globe has turned into something real and it's happening! Nervous? Excited? I'm not sure i know, I just want to go ...
... days, one with my mom and Ray, one with my dad, nan, sister and uncle and a final one with si' s family and friends, all consuming our body weight in food! We go spoilt rotten, so thank you again! The only disappointment was no snow!! Maybe we'll get some if we get to Antarctica!! Next stop Rio ...
... We continued to eat our way around the markets however! We had waffles, donuts, more mulled wine and even had deep fried cheese. We finished off the night with a ride on the Ferris wheel, which was a little scary going up for me as I'm not so good with heights. But once I realised that we were pretty secure, it was a lovely ride looking over the city on a clear night with the full moon ...
... two hours of fiddling about) and prepared a song sheet for the mission.
It was cold so we lit a fire.
6 locks, 7 miles.
Thu 23rd May
Sunny morning, but rain forecast later, so we left early (6.10am!). It was very cold and windy.
We turned right at Wigrams Turn (Napton Junction) onto the Grand Union (North) and descended the three Calcutt locks. The paddle mechanism is different on this part of the Grand Union, with ...
A fast train to Rugby starts the next leg of the travels. We were met at Rugby by old friends with whom we are to spend the next few days. They live in a lovely village on the outskirts of Rugby and we soon found our way to the local for lunch, followed by a pleasant afternoon catching up!
The next day we all went off to Coventry to see the sights. First up was a courtyard of alms houses - originally housing for the poor and needy who were given accommodation and ...