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We have retired to our room for the night, relishing the last ten hours of being in this country. Bellies full, and Rob just finished in a bath with lavender scented bubbles (made locally), and is now editing a few of this afternoons photos for this post.
My senses are still thrumming with the vibrance of this evening.
Our first meal on English soil - eaten after a three-hour walk in the countryside - meant we splurged and ordered the ...
... like the hillbillies truck. Jo Jo was the first priority to get her in her new home at kellys, lois took a real shine to her and started to feed her as her house was sorted. On to sues mum, to spend a couple of days then,onto
Emmas on the Sunday.
So for now we visit and say our "Au revoir's " before we set off on our first stop , Iceland.
... than it used to be. No need to worry about money transfers and running out of cash. You can keep in touch if you need to. At least this is the theory.
The mobile phone area has been a bit of a difficult one to resolve. The mobile operators keep bringing out better overseas plans but they all assume you want to spend all your time ringing home (why?) and cater for that. What we need is in-country and emergency use. Current thinking is we ...
... Helena (friend, fellow singer, and former student of mine in my first year at Wesley in 1990). Simon (old friend, and tenor) is coming from London and the 4 of us will sing a cappella arrangements of a few Australian songs at the local primary school Assembly. Helena's daughters are students there. We drive on to London to return the car and then meet another old friend Sam, with whom we are lucky enough to be staying in London for 10 days. Enjoy your pre- Christmas parties, and stay ...
... left side of the road. We made it to Rode and to Monks Cottage about 2:30. The skies were now a few clouds and lots of sunshine. Beautiful. We were supposed to meet someone there at 5:00 so we decided to go to Bradford on Avon. We were there in five minutes. Parked and spent an hour at the park by the bridge where they were having a little festival of sorts with performers and sellers of jewelry and the usual craft fair stuff. Not ...