Travel Blogs from Abbotsbury
... the cheap barbeque we bought in Romania (Tescos) last year, with a few modifications - alright holes drilled in strategic places - to make it work better, and it's very own drawstring bag! Must remember to buy some charcoal tomorrow before we leave.
Can we thank those of you that have donated money to Julia's House children's hospice. On behalf of them, thank you. I'll try to write something most days so you can follow our progress/escapades.
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... and was really interesting as well. After lunch we took off again for another look around before our nephew Robert, who lives in Amersfoort about ½ from Amsterdam, came over for dinner. It was wonderful to see him and he regaled us with lots of funny stories about his life in Holland and travels all over Europe and the UK.
Thursday 5 June Delft
Thursday is market day in Delft and the squares and canals are a hive of activity with stalls with ...
We have been staying with our friends in Somerton,
Somerset. They took us to West Bay in Dorset for a look around.
I don't know how many of you saw the programme "Broadchurch"
a detective mystery series on BBC TV on Sunday evenings with David Tennant.
Well, West Bay was the town that was used to film this
series. In ...
... since there are so may free WiFi hotspots around the
city. Left Salisbury on Monday at around
8:00 AM and am glad I’m finally on the road.
My plan is to ride down to Poole
and then catch a train to Adelia’s town, spend a few days then head back to
Salisbury to work at the Festival. No
plans after that at his point.
It was a long hard ride as it seems
I’d forgotten just how steep the hills are ...
... with 15 minutes to spare! Uncle Colin met us with open arms, a big smile, and much needed cup of tea. Again we sat and talked and talked. Later that afternoon, Marcus and I met up with long lost cousins, Tim and Fiona, they have not seen each other since Marcus was 7 !! Also Tim's wife Anita, and Fiona's husband Scott. OMG... They are sooo gorgeous, all of them. So out came the champagne, time to cheers and welcome us here, lots ...