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... remanent of snow from earlier in the week and watched as local dogs tore up and down the countryside in sheer delight.
We stopped at a small village to eat our packed lunch and then were persuaded through the wind and kind locals to stop at a local café for cake and tea. It was lovely and warm and smelt delicious.
We wandered back through the woods, ...
... was at The Great British Kitchen, a lovely hall with the big beams across the roof and a view of the castle. It was pretty quiet which was great for the kids and Toothless (whom has been lovingly carried all over the castle today). The service was fabulous and the food was great. Afterward we were very full and very tired! We went back to the rooms where the kids fell asleep mid play with their toys.
... pedicure, manicure and haircut only cost £7!!
Our last day in Bangkok happended to be the King's birthday. The Thai king is the worlds longest reigning monarch, and is worshipped like a god in Thailand. Each day of the week is seen as a different colour, as the King was born on a Monday (yellow), every single person in Bangkok was wearing bright yellow t-shirts, it was so colourful. The city had such a happy atmosphere all day, it was great to be part ...
... Sheerness, loaded with explosives. It was deemed to be too close to Sheerness to blow up the cargo safely without damaging the town.
Maybe it is not too late after all.
[It appears that the SS Rickie Dude is being held up as a brilliant excuse for not building the next London airport here, in case the whole shebang should go bang. Seems like a very convenient excuse, to me. Blow up the whole place then build the airport. Sorted.]
The northern coastline of the Isle ...
... tried to contact the local historian who was listed in the magazine, but with no luck.
We walked down to the Anglican Church of St. Peter and St. Paul where we tried to find Boorman gravestones. Again we couldn't find any family graves. We looked through the church and took lots of photos. On the way back up High Street we looked at the small Methodist church (not frequented by my ancestors), and finally found the Baptist Church ...