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... for a very tiny leak on the tap fixing. When it had finished we noticed there was a small damp patch on the carpet. We got the machine out but could not see where the leak was from, so we will have to inspect next time.
John fixed our escape ladder and put up the small shelf in the aft cabin for Isi’s morning cup of tea.
We went to a local pub to use their internet and publish our blogs again. Then back to bed.
... back in September and spend the time in France instead.
Arrived at the caravan park in good spirits, it had actually stopped raining . after giving them our name, rank and serial number we were allowed to go to our pitch. A lovely spot here and very peaceful as well. As soon as we were plugged in Rick started cleaning Charlie , I know you did not expect anything else but to be fair I would have done the same thing myself. Went for ...
... and boy, does it eat time!) I'm fulltime thinking about the visum (only one step to go!), trying new recipes, playing with my cat, going to the gym, meeting friends and family. What a lovely life!
And every morning starts with an hour of skyping with my girl, what a lovely way to kick off the day!
I hoped to play more videogames (last chance!) but I find that spending lots of time with my friends and family is so rewarding and important that I haven't even touched the playstation for a week hehe.
... started sharing memories of my childhood) and looked forward to more to come.
After the birthday celebrations, Christmas preparations (read: shopping) kicked in. Along the way we made some family visits. Christmas eve was celebrated quietly at home with a nice fondue, while on Christmas day we enjoyed my mother’s legendary Pentaat (a guinea fowl stuffed with apples). It is very sad we get to ...
... speak much English and we don't speak any of their language, so it is amazing that we were able to order any food at all. We ate fast so that we could get back to the campground on time.
Once there, we made down our bed, put our new mattress on it, added the new pillows, dressed in as many clothes as we could get on and lay down to sleep in our van for the very first time. All the while we are asking ourselves how two 50+ grownups could ...