Gravetye Manor Hotel and Restaurant
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... Six days would have been too long to spend anywhere else. It seems like an eternity ago that we were in Bruges, excited about everything ahead of us. We've enjoyed many new experiences which is never a bad thing. Travelling is the only thing you can buy which makes you richer. You would think a trip to Europe would satisfy my need to travel but I can't wait to go back. I still want to do big trips around Italy and Switzerland, as well as tonnes of places outside the EU. Until ...
... changes. It really is not any different than what many white Americans feel. I am used to hearing it in Texas and at one time or another we have all had these types of feelings. I don't condemn the cabbie and have empathy for his attitudes, but the world is changing so we must find ways to accept and adapt. Enough of my brief social commentary. Why do I bring this up, well it kind of ties in with our ...
Well, it's all over; with a much emptier bank account, and greatly increased waistbands, we have returned to the UK. Our trip has been fantastic; it's exceeded our expectations in every way, and now that it's over, we are understandably feeling quite reflective.
Here's a quick look back at our trip in numbers:
3 sprained ankles (all Ollie)
40kg - the exact weight of our backpacks on our way to Rio
26kg - the weight of our backpacks ...
... its still the weekend…..and hello new chapter, and hopefully happy times in the sun with my girls.”
I must admit for the first time in months I started to feel a bit nervous about the whole thing. Being too busy organising our family gap year and then saying goodbyes, I had not stopped to think what mental resources, responsibilities and new challenges that lay ahead. Having briefly spoken to Lou’s wise and very caring father earlier that day ...
... bumped into Cate Blanchett if we'd been a bit later. She was appearing at the premiere of Blue Jasmine and preparation was well underway. We spent the afternoon at the National Gallery once again admiring many of our favourite artists and familiar works. This grand building is such an impressive and regal place. Then it was back onto the bus...out of the rain...until the bus would not take us any further. Today (Tuesday) we had ...