Headcorn Lodge at The Weald of Kent
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Conference facilities
- Banquet room
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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... in a Hotel that night and next day headed down to Kent, back to Kingston for two nights, where we stayed our first nights in UK when we arrived. From there, we went to stay with Sarah, a lady who we met on the Trans/ Mongolian rail trip back in 2006. Sarah had previously visited us in Aus and had invited us to stay. Sarah and her partner John had not that long ago bought this 23 acre property ...
... had collected left us amazed.
... waving hands and smiles accepted the salute.
There remains something magical about Tall Ships with billowing sails in the bright September sunshine. We were fortunate to be on board the "Loth Lorien" a three masted Dutch Barquentine taking part in the Parade of Sail which concluded the Tall Ship Festival in Royal Greenwich. Over the previous week a fleet of over 40 ships sailed from ...
... and included Justin Beiber who many people had photos with (trying to choke him). The world leaders section was also very popular with many people lining up to get a photo with Barack Obama while Hitler was in the corner on his lonesome. One Direction have their own room packed with girls trying to get their photo with their favourite (including Briana). Then you go down into the 'Chamber of Horrors' which is similar to Aucklands ...
... not the grave, we had run out of time and it was still raining. They shut the gates at four thirty pm and we didn't really want to spend the night there. So home we came, Russ and I will go again, after a bit more research.
A very interesting and moving day, quite amazing to think we walked over the same areas that my Great, Great, Great Grandparents were. I suppose we can blame them, for me being here.
Love from Sue and Russ.