Premier Inn Gatwick Crawley Town West
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... countryside. Jamie comes round after work with his partner, Libby, and her brother. There was a family party to repaint the house as John moved in. It looks easily manageable, compact and clean. Most importantly, though, John is so much happier to have family so near. When we turned on our wifi, we heard that our Quaker Friend, May Wyon, had died. She was 100 years old and quite ...
... to look down and see a bright 8:09 flashing on my wrist. Whoa there girl, slow down! I don't want to kill myself in the first 5 miles! But at the same time I didn't feel like I was pushing too hard so despite the fact that I know running a race like this always makes you want to run too quickly at the start, it felt reasonable. I averaged between 8:05 and about 8:20 for the first 8 miles, still feeling great. On mile 9 was my first rendezvous with Linzi and her boyfriend Chris, ...
I received an offer to do a talk for a group called CIMA. It seems like they wanted an educator to help some of the latest trends. The best part of it was that it was held in London, England.
Dorma was able to get a few days off work and join me, so away we went. We had several great adventures which are recorded in our pictures.
It was a great trip!
... The Ferry used to be the much visited local but these days its a bit of a sad shell)
and...Nelson Mandela died today.
Friday: Chinese Noodle place for lunch then a stroll through Greenwich park crossing the prime meridian and a visit to the very cool (and free) astronomy museum. Watched the World cup draw "Live" on TV that night...who knew this was such an event to behold. Seems both the US and England could have had ...
... ancient settlement in Britain show a very large population, mixtures of Anglo Saxons, Germans and Romano Britains. There may have actually been as much land farmed as in 1914! There does not seem to have been outright invasion and destruction of the Romano British as once thought, more of a blending, perhaps reluctant, but a steady blending. Make no mistake however, these were tough times.