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... 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 ...
... it, but it stayed uncomfortably hot for the whole flight. I mentioned to the same stewardess that four rows back it was noticeably cooler, and she said that that was because they were close to the emergency exit (the emergency exit was nowhere near them).
The food was terrible - I know that aeroplane food is hardly gourmet and is famously bad, but this was barely edible and sat in the pit of my stomach like a stone.
The staff also were not at ...
We've always been curious about the Green Chain Walks. The Green Chain goes right through Cator Park, just across the street from our flat, but where the path comes from, and where it goes, has been a mystery. Until now.
A quick trip to the internet revealed that The Green Chain Walk is a 50-mile long series of urban trails that circle through Southeast London. It includes about 300 "open spaces," --commons and wooded areas--as it snakes ...
... all I saw was a mass of pink-brown bean mush. I stuck a spoon down to the bottom and scooped--just a faint black crust in places. I must admit that, somehow, I was a little disappointed with such an anticlimax.
Annie rescued 90% of the beans, incorporating them into a lovely soup, which we had for dinner. We agreed to put a sign on the inside of the front door that can't be missed when we leave: "Have you turned the stove off?"
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