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The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
... lunch before deciding to go to Grimsby to see what was in the town (not a lot really) caught the bus back and heading back to the house for dinner. They have dinner at 4:30pm which took a bit to get used too. Unfortunately we got a little lost so didn't end up getting back till after 5pm.
Lovely couple of days exploring the town, shame we weren't there longer really but so glad that we went there.
Bus Cleethorpes to Hull
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... we had outside. Stayed there until 11, it was so warm. Have the most fantastic kitchen/living area, so airy and light. Wonderful. Sadly the Stickleys have to go to Devon later this afternoon so we will spend time with them today and then overnight here and head away tomorrow. We can't go to AirB&B near Ely until 5.30 so no rush to get away. Another great day. Tomorrow supposed to be hotter. Pleased not to have had this earlier in our touring. Quite ...
... land itself. It poured with rain and we sheltered in one of the many rest places and simply waited for the rain to pass so we could keep walking. Finally when the park was shutting we left and drove back to Halesworth knowing we had seen something really special. A stop in Halesworth to try out one of the pubs and then we happily cooked a steak and salad for dinner. an excellent day. I spent the evening with the many maps and brochures Val had supplied planning the next day, another cold ...
... scheme that I am travelling with: Who are International Service?This charity do some amazing work out in Palestine (as well as Mali, Burkina Faso and Bolivia) and I'm pretty incredulous that they want me to be a part of what they do! (And delighted, ...