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... nine siblings, all of whom came for the funeral, along with many of the extended family and friends. One of his brothers runs a large farm, and the house backs onto the church yard, so that became a meeting place for the next couple of days. After a short service, everyone walked around to the church graveyard where Arthur was buried alongside his parents. Finished the evening off with another pub dinner, this time at The Halfway House in Hartfield, ...
... to the exotic'.
All those lovely Tahitian ladies with flowers in their hair painted in warm hues.
It would serve as a reminder of the time we had been to New Caledonia, back in the Spring! Yes.
It was about a ten minute walk to the gallery, and as we turned into the square, it was filled with the smart lovelies of Madrid, being seen in the right place. Hmmn.
It soon became clear that there was no chance of ...
... while I trawled for some interesting places to stay.
What a team!
Originally we had planned to fly to Madrid, and do a little loop round from there to include Salamanca for particular reasons which may or not become obvious later... but neither of us likes the ordinary or obvious, so the postponement was an obvious opportunity to re-plan the entire trip.
Our four months trial of sofa-less living has come to an end.
Sofa so good.
Today was also the day we were due to bug off to Madrid for about 13 days.
But as Nick spent most of yesterday afternoon up-chucking, the plans are on hold ...
At least now we can give the sofas a proper work out, being frightfully careful of course to avoid uncontrolled baked beans and body fluid.
Watch this space.
... switched itself on. At some point, things apparently really started to heat up: the fire alarms sounded, and smoke came pouring out of the partially-open window. Ted, our loyal neighbor down in Number 1, called 999 and the fire trucks descended. Since no one was there to let them in, they put up a ladder, pried the window open, and squeezed in. It was apparently a right mess. We ordered a new stove. So as we sat on ...