Premier Inn Birmingham Oldbury - M5, Jct2
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My first day here in Western Australia. It had a slow start, having a late breakfast with Diane, and then chilling out and chatting!!!!!. Eventually we drove to town to Woolworths for grocery shopping and various other things. Very hot but with a lovely breeze. Again had a late lunch and then a snooze to catch up with just a bit of jet lag. ...
Car arrived on time and I am now in the lounge. Just had a lovely breakfast of prawn salad and lovely coffee. This is certainly the way to travel. Must make the most of it. Birmingham airport is so much easier than Heathrow where we have travelled to Australia from in the past. Update later Now in the departure lounge in Dubai. ...
This afternoon I went to the Birmingham Christmas markets with Angus, Becka, Suzannah and Alistair. On arrival we got a cup of mulled wine and a German sausage. This German sausage was 1/2 a metre long and it was delicious! With warm food in our tums we ventured off around the markets. There were so many stalls selling cool stuff. The others got a couple of presents, but I'd already done my ...
This is the start of our journey.
For a number of years we have talked about quitting the rat race and living a simpler life.
With the "threat" of redundancy in the offing things started to fall into place.
Taylor , my youngest daughter was offered a room in a shared house with four other vulnerable adults and round the clock care. Our chance to help. So we donated sofas, chairs, a bed, a TV, kitchen equipment, pots, pans, cups, plates ...
We had to visit the weedhatch to remove some brambles. Later on we went down the weedhatch again for some polythene bags. We were at Powke Lane bridge and Hazel went to get milk from the Londis and fish and chips from the place next door. We didn’t need to use ropes as we settled in the silt a foot out from the bank. We needed a good shove out to get away again after we had eaten.
As we passed Windmill End there were several boats there and ...