Premier Inn Cambridge - A14 J32
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... to summer, almost overnight on 20/21 January Holding an alligator in my arms Visiting Curaçao Transiting the Panama Canal Trip to the Napa Valley and Yountville, in particular Spending 10 days getting to know David, Claire, Ben and Poppy Experiencing a Central American country for the first time, something I would not have done if I hadn't had family to visit Horse riding after 45 years Despite being rubbish at all ...
... br> I popped next door to pick up the suitcase that I had last seen at Pier 35 in San Francisco when I dumped it in a pile of other suitcases, hoping that White Star would come along and deal with it. Despite delivering it in record time on Thursday 12 February, DHL have been pestering my next door neighbour, Jean, about some of the paperwork and threatening to delay delivery of the suitcase, claiming it can't go through Customs until a particular form ...
Yay! My parents are here! I have missed everyone so much even though I was just home in May. I am really happy my parents are here. Lucky for them they have come while we are in the middle of moving apartments. Turns out our couch is in the hallway on its side, everything is boxed up and we won't be moving into our new place for another week. But we will make the best of it.
We are starting our tour in my lovely city, Cambridge. We started the week off punting down the River ...
Doing a sparkling wine tasting with meringue and marshmallows at JC Le Roux in Stellenbosch
Singing the theme tune from The Littlest Hobo as we drove along the Great Ocean Road
Sailing along the Mekong river in a long tailed boat
Holding piggy back races with a little girl clinging on my back at the creche in Paterson
Snuggling down with chocolate and tea in the campervan watching downloads of Great British Bake Off when it ...
... King's Parade. For a panoramic view of Cambridge; you can climb the 123 steps to the top of the tower for a very reasonable fee. The staircase is medieval; the stairs are narrow and steep with one way traffic so it should not be attempted by people with medical problems.
Punting at the "Backs”
On a glorious sunny day there is nothing like punting which is one of the best way to see the Backs. We went on one hour guided punt trip and it was awesome! It ...