Hellidon Lakes Golf & Spa Hotel - A QHotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Tennis Court
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... Market Harborough which is a 20 min drive away. It has a direct train line into London which takes an hour.
We live in a flat attached to the visitors center on the farm – right next to the calving barn. Fortunately it is all furnished and a full kitchen and bathroom.
We work with 4 other people: Wil – the boss. Jason - the herdsman, Andrew and Jason. We work 12 days on 2 days off.
On our first weekend off we went to ...
... I got a bit bored until we reached the gaming section. I was never allowed computer games as a child so I felt it was my duty to make up for time lost and play all of the Nintendo computer and swag games, explore the different consoles and enjoy space invaders and lemmings for as long as possible. It was pretty fun. Trust a country of this age and tradition to keep all the old games like that, in a big building all side by side on different shaped screens. ...
... and we are beginning to get desperate for some open spaces. We are also getting low on essentials as the villages that are around and are accessible to us often have no shop. As we were moored last night just a mile away from Kirtlington and the Nicholson Guide (the copy of which we possess is ancient) stated that it had a shop, I took a walk in this morning. The path from the lock was just a dirt track to start with, becoming tarmac about half the ...
... and wind down at the cottage.
Again, the cottage lay quiet as I sit here typing away and the FDN and the FDF sleep soundly in their beds. Laci, however, has pushed my bedroom door open not once, but twice, to make herself known to me – walking around the room, stopping at the side of the bed, staring at me, etc. I finally shooed her away and shut the door a little tighter – who knows, I may wake up with a ...
... shifts and it was still a secret! There was no cover story locally, people just didn't ask where all these people who lodged in the district went every day or what they did.
The house was soon too small so huts and buildings were added and each hut or group had their own jobs, and the people in one hut did not know who the people were in another hut or what they worked on! A couple of years ago an elderly couple visited who had met at a demob centre at ...