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... 0); font-family: "Constantia","serif" ;; font-size: 12pt; font-style: normal; font-weight: normal;">But our itinerary is compromised Day 1 by a 2
hour delay in sailing and a crossing at half power. ( 2 out of 4 engines
apparently out )
Oh well, we had better get used to such minor
frustrations. This one was just a bit of training for hard core delays that
will possibly ...
* So at last we are on the road. It is a strange feeling after months and months of preparations. But all is good and we are looking forward to our long journey * Lovely send off by Laura & Hannah for their 'gap year' parents! *. 1st night @ Premier Inn, Harwich. What style but hopefully a good night's sleep before crossing to Hook of Holland ...
... that is close to Hyde Park in movies or on TV. Once you get into the roundabout, it is sometimes hard to get off and you end up driving around and around until there is a break in the traffic. Well I had trouble even getting on to it! I kept taking the wrong lane and ending up in the wrong exit! We eventually worked it out and I got us ...
The last stop on our trip was at the little town of Lavenham. Lavenham is famous for its unique 15th-century half-timbered medieval cottages. The entire town has houses that have been preserved since the 1500's, and they are colorful, and most are leaning, almost falling over. A very picturesque town.
In almost exactly a week's time, I will be on my way down to Heathrow ready to fly out to Central America. At this current moment in time, I'm neither scared nor excited (as sad as that is to admit), rather just a bit fed up thinking of all the things I have left to do in preparation. But perhaps the main reason as to why I am still sat on my bed in my PJs at 11.34 on a Thursday is a combination of denial and sheer laziness.