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I'm spending two weeks in Birmingham! And my niece and nephew are awesome! Ava now gets me put her to bed every night! It's great! And this time she'll remember me! I made a pavlova with her and that went very well! We've also gone to some indoor play places which she has really enjoyed. she likes showing me what she can do! Saturday we went to a beer festival! It ...
... did not have permission to be on. It made for some great entertainment. Especially when one of them was sitting on a fence that we were jumping and Sam jumped right over top of her. After the hunt I went to the Bird in Hand pub with Kate and Pete, in Austrey, for a drink. I then met Rachel and Janey at the kennels for a couple more drinks. I couldn't have asked for a better final hunt! On Tuesday (day before my birthday) ...
... clubs, speedway clubs and more Classic racecars than I had ever seen. It was totally exhausting, by the end of the day with our senses overloaded and bodies aching we dragged ourselves back to the train station still some 10 minutes walk away ( still within the NEC).The rest of our time in Brummyland was spent walking, visiting Angela's Aunt, coffee hunting and more walking. The day was finally here, the owners came home from their trip and with our car ...
Being our last full day in Knowle, it was a relatively low key day, visiting Solihull to pick up a few things and get organised before we leave for South America.
As a thank you to Julia and Andrew for looking after us so well, Matthew and I decided to cook and have a dinner party at home with Mum, Dad, the kids and Andrew's brother and family. A really fun night, which ended with some time by the outdoor fire pit and releasing a lantern into the night ...
... Shakespeare Theatre we found our spot in the parklands next to the River Avon. We even got to see their small lock system at work. The locks run across England and during the Industrial revolution were the primary means of transporting supplies across the country. If you were off to Liverpool it was a long journey, not by distance but the time through the 100 or so locks you had to navigate.
In the park there was a mini Ashes test match between the Aussies (four ...