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... 8217;t allowed to enter the grounds until 10:30am, so I was settling myself in for a 30 min wait. But when I arrived at my gate, oh no, not me, there was no waiting. I got access straight away and was walked through the park to the box office where I collected my tickets. I got a little parcel with a map of the grounds and other information. The staff was so happy and excited, and wished me a wonderful day. I felt so special.
As Marian was arriving ...
... enormous amount of ciders dreamt up by both sane and crazy farmers and brewers. We decided we just had to go there, and so after a delicious lunch of bloody Mary's and halloumi burgers across the road at Bill's diner, we made haste to said farmhouse.
Inside we found row after row of cider barrels, each with bizzare names like the 'Wobbly Monk', 'Tipsy Toddler', and the 'Knee Bender'. There were sweet ciders, medium ciders, dry ciders, perry ciders, ...
The day started with our realisation that English crumpets are amazing in comparison to Australian ones. After breakfast we headed off with Pete to make our way to Camden Market. We got an Oyster card each, then caught a big red double decker bus to the tube station Tooting Broadway. We sat up the top of course! Pete showed us how to read the tube map, and how to navigate our way to the right train ...
... into London realised he had the wrong one - 1 hour later bag retrieved we were on our way torturously to Sevenoaks Kent to spend the night with my lovely godmother Tricia and her daughter Jacqueline. So lovely to see her again Spent the afternoon wandering Knole House and grounds just a walk away from Tricia's a magnificent residence built probably in the early 1400's owned for a while by King Henry V111 Lovely sunny day - blue ...
... looked at me sort of pitifully, shrugged his shoulders, and said, "Why don’t you just set it out on the pavement?" (Pavement means sidewalk, in case you didn’t know.) I, in turn, looked blankly back at Daniel. Huh? Why would we put the fridge out on the pavement? It will just get in the way and start to rust real fast. No, no, he said, it will be picked up and carted off. I said I’d looked into that already—the ...
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