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Thursday 18th September Another hazy start to the day. Had a quiet early morning then set off north to meet my friend at the little village of West Hoathly, about 40 minutes drive away. Passed through some lovely woodland and just past a roadside indicating to watch out for deer, there was another sign saying there has been 176 deer strikes so far this year. Never seen a sign like that before, but still didn't see any deer. We had lunch at The Cat Inn pub, a mainly 16th ...
... of producing and disposing of the things we persuade ourselves we need. I'm also aware that the relative modesty of the belongings we've decided to keep is still totally unattainable for most people. First resolution: I will try to become less materialistic and appreciate what I have. Dorette is determined to use the wedding card to blag our way onto business class. I will be loitering somewhere, sheepishly out of ...
... to Windsor. We then drove to Kent and down to Lamberhurst where we are staying for the next month. We were greeted by several beautiful pheasants. The town is charming with a restaurant, a couple of pubs and a small grocery.
This is morning we made our way to Royal Tunbridge Wells for Quaker Meeting. It was nice to talk with Quakers there who are getting ready to convert a portion of the ...
Thursday May 2nd Gibraltar. We started our approach at 07:00 and were tied up alongside by 07:30. Onshore at 09:15 and having a wander around on foot. We walked as far as the Botanic Gardens, then back along Main Street to watch the changing of the guard at 10:30. We then found a cafe with free Wi-Fi so that Alistair could continue his fight with technology. That done, it was back where we had already been to have a look at the Trafalgar Cemetery, ...
... where John & JoAnn will leave us) inside the massive medieval walled city section, and we meander around its narrow cobbled streets and historic buildings that are steeped in history and legend. At the centre is the magnificent Cathedral, which since the murder of St Thomas Becket in 1170, has over the centuries welcomed thousands of pilgrims. Today, it welcomes thousands more tourist pilgrims @ ₤9.50 to observe its ...