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Sometimes you need something, and you won't stop until you get it. I needed space today. And so I went and got it. At 6:30 in the morning, while I walked through the snow to the train station. I went to Clacton-on-sea today. It's about an hour and a half out of London, but it feels like a world away. It's so relaxed there, and calm and quiet...and such blue skies compared to the grey snowy mess I left in London. Don be fooled by the ...
Today we said more goodbyes to Paul's Chelmsford friends Alex, Penny, Adam, Hanna, Daz, Ellie, Shaun, Chris, Jamie, Hazel and Loz. Later on we headed home and had an evening of family games then more goodbyes to Auntie Maria, Laura, Acacia and Kiaya. Today's photo is of a cuddly Big Ben toy we were given by Hanna and Adam to remind us of home whilst we are ...
... that was held this morning. Never mind, once again there is a lovely seat in the sun in the churchyard for lunch. I only allow myself a 15 minutes break and then press on through the roads heading north through Chevington. I’m covering the ground like a Newmarket racehorse and text Debby suggesting afternoon tea on the Ickworth Estate.
Despite Ann’s advice I still feel slightly uneasy walking through signs saying 'Private – no ...
... running out of time. So she rang for a taxi who delivered us back to Ipswich in time to freshen up for dinner with Steve.
Steve was invited on this walk, but was tied up with some new files that needed to be validated and uploaded.
Steve had selected a well-recommended place for dinner - The Mariner, a ship on the quay. However this weekend was a Beer Festival and all the nicer restaurants near the quay were booked up. ...
... riches. The finest treasures are now in the British Museum, but there are a number of replicas and a very good visitor centre on site, plus we were able to walk out to see the mounds themselves, several of which still contain the buried remains of other poor souls.
After a pub meal at tonight's overnight stop, we wandered down to the marina to watch the sun set over the ...