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We have been thanking Mr Google an awful lot on this trip, and he managed to help us find the local rugby football clubrooms at Whitstable, where this morning we joined the players and supporters to watch the All Blacks / England game on their 104 inch screen. They were even serving bacon butties! After a bit of good-natured barracking from both sides, we eventually all agreed it was a much better game than last week, and the best team won on the day.
Then we ...
27th February - Thursday
We had light rain early this morning, quite nice listening to it on the roof which is only a foot away, will be interesting when we get a heavy down pour. By the time we left Abbey Wood it had cleared and we set off and made our way down to Aylesford, not quite what we were expecting, it was good driving throughout the country, we are starting to feel that this is what it is ...
... in Brighton . We then continued through lots of lovely little villages and arrived at hythe. We are staying in a 13th century b&b. The couple that run it are American, very friendly and very helpful. The house has a great history and it is worth having a look at www.hythekentarchaeology.com On the advice of our host we did a walking tour of the village, it was pretty informative and interesting to know how ...
It is hard to know what to expect when traveling. A lot of times I just show up to cities on the map and don’t know what is there and when doing this, some cities are disappointing and some are not. Today is turning out to be a good day and I expecting nothing, but am getting a good surprise so far today. Canterybury is another old town that is famous ...
... day Cinderella (with Harry regularly being locked in a cupboard under the stairs and his cousin, Dudley, being doted on completely) a different 'happily ever after' is found in the form of wizardry at Hogwarts. Despite the characters being fairly standard in the first book, apart from the form of 'You-Know-Who', we do grow to care for them. Rowling's ability to invent new words is fantastic from the word go: Muggle, Quidditch, Gryffindor, Slytherin, and so it goes ...