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... most important things - bread, butter, books......... these were very cheap...... Above all, money was not a topic. It was not interesting.” Wow how things have changed!
-While in Berlin we visited the Holocaust Memorial, erected to remember the plight of the six million Jews who were murdered during WW2. I could only reflect on where discrimination can lead. My landlady in Wisbech had described the recent influx of new immigrants as ‘European ...
... under the sun, Xmas pudding, biscuits, chocolates, cheeses.... It was absolutely delicious! And all of this laid out on the Xmas tablecloth with the bon bons, crystal glasses and special Xmas china, not to mention the gold plated cutlery. We spent 3 days catching up on every life event - our lives, Maureen's life, kids' lives, relatives, pets, previous neighbours and friends. If there was a connection ...
It's funny how *******e looks sometimes for meaning from an adventure like the one we are concluding. In the pressing search and mental wrangling one simply is in danger of losing the plot. This morning, our last on this journey, before I had had time to engage the mind, I got out of bed and pulled back the curtains to reveal the grey outline in the semi light of dawn of the coast down below our street and the sea stretching out away from me. In this moment a seagull ...
... he felt in first dowsing the currents flowing through here:
“We were at the seaside village of Hopton on Sea. Just off the main road was the evocative ruin of an old church, clad in ivy and set amidst an oasis of greenery. The church had been destroyed in January, 1865, when a gale fanned an over-heated stove into a fierce fire..........
In the roofless and ruined shell, elegant in its decay, was a large wooden cross ...
... through it and completing some last minute chores. It’s an hour later by the time we walk down to the river to cross the bridge into a new County, Norfolk, our last frontier. We have a river path to follow. It’s a small path with plenty of green vegetation. Whether it’s the river Waveney at our side or the heavy mist that still hangs over us, but we are quickly transformed by the wetness as our shoes, socks and feet become sodden. What could be more appropriate ...