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... walk. Walking along a road I come to a sign pointing to an aquaduct. I went looking for AS but found OS instead. It was a magnificent two lane aqueduct built over the River Avon (1805) with a junction at one end big enough for the boats to turn around or to change direction from one canal to another. The canal has many boats moored on the side. Many of them are occupied. Some by grey nomads with bicycles on top while others have young families in them. Adventuring oldies ...
... mirrors, hair driers and hand cream (and this was the men's room!!!) We worked up a sweat in the gym before relaxing in the hot tub.
That evening Sharena, Sunny and I cooked a really nice steak dinner and watched a movie, followed by a super manly Taylor Swift marathon on British MTV. It was such a nice and relaxing way to spend the day before dealing with the stress of travel in the morning.
We awoke early and hit the road for Heathrow. There ...
... and then walk back to the hotel. On the way out bumped into a lady who was also trying to decipher the rough map of car park given to us by hotel reception so she decided to follow us. Could not work out why she would be stopping in a place like Swindon thought it must have been for work - no she informed us she had driven up for the night from London “to see her chap”. Lots of hushed phone calls later and she was off like a shot - I ...
... the weather held and we enjoyed the music and the cakes and tea that followed!
Today was a quiet day. We took a drive around the local villages, walked down the lane into the forest, had a delicious lunch with lamb and mint sauce, roasted potatoes and lots of vegetables. The lanes in the area connecting villages are absolutely beautiful, but barely wider than a car, with occasional small pull-outs. They have hedges and ...
... and were often multilingual. Leaving my family behind, buying land through interpretors, living in a caravan, then a small farm building with no running water or electricity - and finding I could cope - most of the time.
Now I go back to Greece when I can - it's easier to work in the UK and I've also realized that I can combine the simplicity of life in Greece with the ease of life in England, besides which the two ...