Ifield Court Hotel
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The holiday weather is not too promising. As the rain clouds sweep over the A1, I remember my dad. After shell shock invalided him out of the army in 1944, he was told to get married, have a family and go on holidays. So it became like an obligation on us all to set off in the firm's car every bank holiday and school breaks. On days as bleak as today, my dad would confidently look ...
... shuttle bus to the start of the course. Arriving at 7:30am for a 10am start is slightly brutal, but luckily with my sleeping superpower I zipped up my jacket, lay down on the grass, and proceeded to take a nap while waiting for the race to get closer. I woke up in the midst of a sea of legs which just so happened to be making up a porta-potty line (the line was extremely long, I was not sleeping directly next to the porta-loo). There was 30 minutes to go so I ate a banana, had a cup ...
So we're on our way! Alex finished school yesterday (spend the morning playing Minecraft on the computer ), Marc finished today at 11:15 (he sprinted home to get changed and make the cab booked for 11:40 ) and Rosa and I did the frantic last minute packing thing that we promised we would have sorted 2 days ago. Guess things don't really change much. Thanks very much to Simon R who, on reading the intro to this blog commented " Martin, not interested in tracking your progress ...
... runs the place and found out he lived in San Francisco for a while and worked at Jilian's in the Metreon. Apparently it is easy for everyone to work illegally in the U.S.
We also came to the startling realization that we have reached the half way point of our London trip. This is going crazy quick.
Tuesday: After sleeping in and a little catch-up session of watching "I'm a celebrity Get me Out of here" we head to ...
... time, our unique history and the influx and absorption of various cultures into our society.
The bottom line? Things change.
The Culture of Cool and "The Dolce Vita":
People tend to take what they like, what works and what is practical as well as what is just plain cool from other cultures and meld it into their own. The Romano British were no different. ...