Premier Inn Birmingham Oldbury - M5, Jct2
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And so after a long flight - 12+ hours - we arrived in Paris, grabbed a quick drink and then on to Birmingham. Unfortunately, Pat's suitcase decided to stop off in Paris but will hopefully be delivered tomorrow! Back to a sunny UK, with a temperature not much cooler than Hanoi yesterday, where the blossom is in full swing. Lots of memories of a lovely holiday. ...
... our way and arrived without too much delay to check in. Luggage was booked straight through - hopefully we would see it again in HCMC.
A short flight to Paris before we boarded Air France plane for the long flight to Vietnam. We dozed a bit, read a bit and watched films a bit to while away the time. Somewhere along the way we lost 7hrs in time difference and most of Thursday. And so we arrived - not sure if it was Thursday or Friday - ready to start our adventures. ...
My old friend, Maurice Bradley (he is 86, and I've known him since 1975), recently wrote an essay on 'The Meaning of Life' as part of a course he is doing. He has no time for computers and sent me this written in longhand. I think it deserves to be published on the internet.
The Meaning of Life – Maurice Bradley
My dictionary gives 6 definitions of the word 'meaning’. The one most relevant to this subject is ...
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 ...