Fingle Glen Golf Hotel
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Today we went for breakfast at a different Aunty Janes house who they all used to know in PNG and is like Rons second mum. She made us this huge cooked breakfast and invited Margaret to come with us as well. I'm getting so confused with all the people I'm meeting and who is actually related to who... Ron and Abi know everyone... After breakfast and a chat there we headed to Tavistock to go to to the Tavistock ...
... It has some really old buildings and houses that are now tilted because they are so old. The english countryside is really beautiful and so nice to drive around in. I love the little country lanes you use to get everywhere. They are so narrow and are lined with hedges and bushes on either side so they feel so small. Most of the time only one car fits at a time so when someone comes the other way you have to pull aside and try to let them squeeze ...
... I know mum wanted me to check out. I didn't realise people still had them, we even saw one being restored. We then headed off to Plymouth which was another 2.5 hour drive. I have been feeling sick the past few days and felt the worst today so I just slept in the car. We arrived at Abi's uncle John and aunty Janes house and had dinner, but we didn't stay long because they had there meeting and I was feeling sick. So we headed down road to Abi's ...
... bash and then off to the station for our train to Southampton. We are staying here for the weekend before continuing our journey up to Heathrow on Monday 30th for an overnight stay before our flight to Cyprus.
Despite resembling refugees fleeing a war zone, the journey to see daughter Kayleigh and partner George was uneventful and easy....arrived at 3pm. Southampton weather was just as bad as Devon, cool and damp! A nice cup of tea ...
... can leave you, or them, very confused. Although it is rather fun to stump them with Canadian slang. Toque and poutine are common favourites. On the other hand the British have some key phrases that are necessary to learn
Canadian = British
french fries = chips
potato chips = crisps
trousers = pants
pants = underwear
line-up = queue
course (class) = module
what's up?/how are you? = alright?