Huntingdon Marriott Hotel
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- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Non-smoking rooms
- Swimming pool
- Wireless internet connection in room (surcharge)
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We are now moored up in Hemingford Grey where we used to live, ready for the Regatta later today. It is the oldest village regatta in the country and only residents of Hemingford Grey and Hemingford Abbots can take part in the rowing, canoeing or punt races. There are 170 - 180 races planned for all ages from 7 to 70, so it should be a great day, especially as the weather is playing it's part as well.
A wet day. So we checked out of Bassmead and returned to Hilary and jez's place, buying supplies for a family bbq on the way. Were joined by all the NZ contingent over the course of the afternoon, and we cooked a simple sausage sizzle for everyone. A simple salad for ...
... filled in the rest. There were about fifteen other punts on the river. I would guess that of the twenty or thirty people in them, 90 % were Chinese or South East Asian. I was feeling a little outnumbered. My neighbour said, "We are everywhere. You can't go anywhere now without running into Chinese. She then hooted with laughter and a nudge of my arm and I joined her in the joke. A nice self-deprecating joke that helped us all settle together well. We learned of ...
More exotic perhaps than the Gower Peninsula ( and no doubt avoiding lousy Welsh beer ).
In Constanz, apart from coffee which might be £6 a cup, the Groom gets Lake Views. An Oktoberfest. Micro Breweries. Fantastic Restaurants - the Bride is doing the research. Boats on the lake - if the Bride is up for it. A Castle to stay in. Yippee.
With luck may not be much of a wind down.
After which we close the Blogg and turn it into a book.
... said that he’s still considered as a foreigner in his village after 17 years living there – but that’s more a small village mentality right? I guess it’s just that French people are less open when you first meet them, whereas us English are more welcoming up front, but reserve judgement – the French ...