Premier Inn Dover - A20
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Met more vehicles at Thurrock services and off again in to the sunset to Dover. Had a briefing about the 6:35am meet tomorrow morning for the ferry. Meal and now time for some shut eye, tomorrow promises to be a long and tiring day!!
... enjoyable was being able to enjoy all the beautiful Autumn colours. We passed through a lot of woodland and I'm sure it would have been a bit boring in plain green! We wouldn't hesitate to go at the same time another year.
We didn't have much choice with campsites - Municipals especially seem to close at the end of September - but luckily with ...
... pond. Entering the plane it had that new car smell . Walking down the aisle way to find my seat for the next 7 hours with a touch screen to which cheered me up. The plane began to fill with announcements in England and French about luggage. Finally over the speaks the captain spoke of a little late departure but nothing to worry about and to sit back and enjoy the flight. With the rain poring down outside the plane and onboard a little chilly. ...
... hour and then parted ways, hoping to meet up on the bus tomorrow for Le Mont San Michel. We dined at the Terrace, and discussed going to see Backstage Pass…..one does NOT go on an Oceania Cruise for the entertainment! You have been warned. In all fairness, we have yet to see the show, I was asleep by 9pm! Done in by the day and still trying to sync my body & mind (lost cause?). We shall try again ...
... br> The point is really that whatever the bike is once you are two up with a long distance load, they all become pretty difficult dirt riding bikes. Plenty of people may disagree – so be it.
We have covered 11,000 kilometres since leaving Cairns and 7,000 of those in the UK. We leave for France on the 17th of August, tomorrow as I write this, my impressions on the UK are mixed.
Whilst I enjoyed, very much, ...