Holiday Inn Ashford North A20
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Second last day today. A bit sad to be leaving actually. I have really enjoyed this trip and Mal has too. Although it is a pain carting the suitcases around everywhere, seeing everything we have has been an experience that I don't think we will ever top. I have ticked a lot of boxes while here and two of those were done today.
... Trevor on drums, Dave on upright bass, and John on keyboard. These guys are all great players. A quick meeting in the courtyard with a pint as Trevor passed various sheet music around to set the line-up of tunes for the evening.
A bunch of regulars show up for this Monday night pub gig each week at The Red Lion in Twickenham. They are an interesting crowd, generally older and well,...interesting. The gig was 2 one hour sets with a half hour ...
... sure that I followed the Primitivo arrow, the other one went back to Gijon where I had started that morning. Four churches – all locked. I spent the night in the monastery in Valdedios and had an excellent meal at the café nearby. One usually sleeps in dormitories of varying size. This means that we all share each other’s snoring. It also means that the first person to get up – this can be at 5 am – wakes everyone else. I was usually so tired ...
... players. Shortly we had set up for the night, we drove into Armentières where a bizarre French festival was taking place. I really liked the colour going on; I could only describe it as a better version of a British carnival. Men dressed in white overalls and wearing face paint had what appeared to be a huge pocket on the front of them, like a kangaroo. In these pockets were thousands of hole punchings – brightly coloured and ...
Left London and journeyed through the countryside to my next destination - the small medieval village of Charing in Kent. The trains in the UK are great, you are always getting information about the next stop, and so I was ready when the little station at Charing was reached, hopped off and set off up the road to No5.
Many of these little stations have been closed or are only manned at certain times. The station master at Charing, which is only partially manned, ...