Kegworth Hotel & Conference Centre
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... t written articles for publication before so that is certainly something that will be new yet good to experience. He also mentioned that I could contribute further by developing resources and leaflets for the charity- but that would all need to be considered once I am back from the US! Note to self: do not put too much on your plate. Park things, for your own sanity!
Itinerary draft 1 has been produced. It looks like I have a lot set in the diary and I do sway ...
... through some Archeological rediscovery. Beautiful weather here sunny and 21c. Had dinner in a pub downtown and walked back to our hotel. 14km walked today. Interesting to see a larger number of Africans here this time. Beautiful terrace houses lining the streets built in the 1930s. Lots of medieval places dating back to the 1400s. The orange stone buildings are very badly ...
Last night we went to a BBQ at Tim's cousins house where 35 of his family had gathered to see us. It was a wonderful night and Luke loved meeting his cousins from the UK.
Today we spent the day in Coventry showing Luke where Tim grew up and a few parts of its history. We started with the Coventry Cathedral where Tim's Nan volunteered. However this was destroyed by Germany in World War 2. They ...
... an old steam train railway. Well we never saw or heard anything about that but what we did see, or rather experience, was this wonderful Country Park. Bryan and I took it in turns to go off and explore as I had things I wanted to do and later, when Bryan was preparing dinner, I did my exploring.
Sometimes, you just have to stop. Travelling in a narrowboat is a great way to see things from a different, ...
... them all." And that was just the first course. No Wifi. Did I mention the pet llama wandering past the window? After the meal, we were given a guided walk (I needed it) to the village square, in the rain. Matching umbrellas were available. The wonderful finale to our day was a twilight ride (in our trusty van) on a bumpy farm track, across the fields, strangely, full of cows and donkeys. There is nothing more surprising than rounding a corner to see a black ...