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... and strange singing - well, Spanish-type shouting-- emanated from one building. I think some kind of dance class with participants supplying their own musical accompaniment was happening.
It did sound like a HAPPENING - one of those 60s events but instead of being trendy and swinging was... well, think scruffy fag ends and loads of lard.
I know this all sounds very negative, and I'd hate for some poor native Folkstonian, doomed to live here through ...
... with super soft sheets and good pillows. We went to a book store and came home with 4 books (had to stop there for reasons of carrying space).
It was a fun trip, even though all the train and ferry stuff was a bit tiring. The ferry going back on Friday was full of bus loads of teenagers headed to France for some kind of school trip thing and they did was teens do - swarm over everything and talk loudly and so on. Collectively,a bit overwhelming.
... human vessel like an ittty bitty hermit crab who's ready for an upgrade. In the dark transcendence can occur.. and we hover over the world to fulfill the bucket list of things we tucked away for the hypothetical day we learned to fly. We'll all achieve it someday.. when we stick out our tongues at Newtown and his "Laws of Gravity" and have a playground made of clouds and rainbows-- which I'd make the assumption has fewer germs, in combination ...
... than as a pub. Didn't see Jaimie and have no idea what his parents look like so in the end we really could have been in any pub. A constant reminder though were all Jaimie's signed books on sale at the bar.
The Penman household is a busy one, and the family didn't return from work and school until after 6pm. I attempted to cook a meal from whatever I could find in the fridge (sort of reminded me of the TV programme where they do the same thing). Managed to put ...
... this old pub made into a home and it is amazing! If only the walls could talk, am sure there were lots of stories to be told over some pints in this pub. Built sometime in the 1400's there were still some original features including a huge fireplace, which you could fit a bed in, just unbelievable.
We moved into a static caravan at a camp ground just out of Canterbury. Getting to recognise the locals now and they are recognising us - even shop keepers ...