Premier Inn Canterbury North/Herne Bay
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After planning and planning for a year (little over!) the
day has finally come for us to start our travels. Our flight is tonight at 9pm
and we are being picked up shortly. I am very exited and cant wait for the
adventure to start.
I look forward to updating the blog as we travel... first stop THAILAND!
On a side note....
A year ago I made a list of 30 things to do before I am 30. I found the list recently and have decided to try to complete the list. ...
... and a little more philanthropic one day. For now my work and study should keep me out of trouble. As for the travel, our most amazing feat has been to reduce our entire lives into two backpacks and two microwave sized boxes. Before the great purge Dorette and I filled a two bedroom flat with our belongings. It's confirmed what I already knew - we over consume. That's damaging on many levels, not least the ...
... present at check in is quite a feat in itself. This year the Skipper decided that overnight stay in Gatwick would be a good idea so that the children can be herded up at check-in time. (5:10 am) Most children do not know that 5:10 exists unless they happen to have not gone to bed the night before. (Richard I know what you do...........)
Anyway as plans progress I will update you all.
... during the Cold War. Codenamed Dumpy, it acted as a Regional Seat of Government, in the case that a nuclear disaster destroyed the government body.
After around 3 and a half hours at the castle, we met back at the bus and drove to Margate. Margate is a seaside town with a small beach adjacent. After losing the group almost immediately, I went off to explore on my own. First I walked down the beach, picking up a few interesting stones along ...
... has done it's job. This section of wall in the side chapel had been bricked in for some reason and escaped the ravages of both time and men. It was only discovered by accident early last century. Imagine the thrill and because we are getting so much better at conservation, in some places it looks as it must have back when they started to enclose it.
When I moved up into the nave area to where Thomas a B's shrine would have stood the elderly gentleman was happy ...