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... her mouth before it did mine. She may have been a bit more subtle than myself. This may just work out better than I planned ;) We compliment each other well, and it is only day 2 :P
We grab a train on to Clitheroe today to stay at her grandpa’s house. It’s always nice to see a big city again, but I look forward to embracing the small town life already. Those kids last night definitely topped the cake. Now we make our way back to one of her childhood homes ...
... up was probably a stupid thing to do as I was the only female in the room. Well I survived and they shut up. Results! I laid there for hours before I gave up and started to play on my iPad. I stayed awake from 2-7am. Finally, of course, I fell asleep at 7 and missed breakfast. Even though Dan told me to get up so I wouldn't miss it... I just couldn't be bothered to get up for a piece of toast. Dan and I had to ...
... it still doesn't feel real!) Leah and Bob very kindly drove us down to Manchester, stopping off at a Starbucks (of course!) where I was absolutely delighted to tell each staff member that we were on our honeymoon! After feeling refreshed with a lovely caramel macchiato (with whipped cream of course!) Ben's cup of tea, Leah's coffee and Bob's rather strange choice of beverage (they really do ...
... brother, my nephew Ashley and his girlfriend Amy-Lou. Not often am I the shortest person in a group but I think it's on this occasion. Good food and a nice waitress from Winnipeg. Things have definitely changed for the better. Back home to watch the end of Stage 2 on TV at my brother's house. He tells me it is a measure of Tour mania that this was the first time he has watched a ...
... perfect camera perspective. I had seen Stonehenge once before when Sara and I gone to the UK, but Dan appreciated me agreeing to go again. I remembered seeing the initials of Christopher Wren (St. Paul's Cathedral architect), who had lived a few miles away as a youth and was inspired to leave his mark, and maybe also to also design great things. This place does take your breath away, even if you aren't fixed on the mythical aspects of it.
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