Premier Inn London Gatwick Airport East (Balcombe Road)
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... and chip supper. The house was jammed with the men, their tubas and trombones. We have supper with John - a huge, tasty coq au vin - at his new home in Crawley Down. It looks very similar to the first 1970s house Lois and I bought on The Medway in Daventry - long lounge, with a picture window onto the back garden and three bedrooms. It is close by Jamie's not far from the M23 in ...
... isolation and even exile I am finding more solid ground beneath me as I hear their stories and spend time with this beautiful land. I’ve also looked at where I need to do more work as well. Where I have questions about what is right livelihood and right relationship.
For instance, how do I relate to our system of welfare in the US as a extremely privileged adult? Do I use food stamps because I can and could use the support in ...
... when we tried to get on the District line train that would take us out that direction none were coming up on the electric sign showing which train was coming next and how many minutes until it would arrive. Fortunately there were a couple of transport workers on the platform so we asked about the train that we needed. No, it would not be running today. We could take a different line a little ways west and then get on a different bus than originally ...
... in the afternoon. We didn't do much that night except sit around and talk which was fun. Dean cooked us some really nice salmon for dinner.
On Tuesday I met up with Nick's sister Claire. We decided to meet nice and early in West End to try and get 5 pound (approx. $8) tickets to see the musical Matilda that night. There were only 15 tickets at this price and you had to line up nice and early. We were lucky to get them!! We then went ...
... on the wildebeests neck. Apparently they do this until they are completely dead. He then used his claws and in one movement flipped the whole animal over. We couldn't believe we were so close. We drove back to the camp for dinner, spag Bol, chappatti and veg, very happy. Javier and Kyle were staying in a different camp to us so it was only us, Nic and Claire in the whole camp by ourselves. We chatted a bit then went to sleep early feeling tired from the journey and excitement!, Lou and Lau ...