Premier Inn Maidstone - Leybourne
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... cells must be most depressing.
There is one great thing about going somewhere awful.
It makes one so thankful to live where we do.
And I am.
Sheerness makes our building site look like heaven.
We drove all the roads on Sheppey. Even those to the bitter end... the sort of track which dwindles into a mud bath in someone's backyard. And to make one feel extra welcome, there is always a rough sign shouting "NO TURNING".
But, excuse me, if we don't ...
... other end of town. In the cemetery at the back of the side yard we found the graves of two families or more of Boormans that were my ancestors, and these were the ones that my cousin Rita had also found on her trip to Headcorn a few years ago. We tried to write down all the headstone inscriptions that we could read.
The temperature was about 29c and feeling very thirsty, we walked back up High Street to the George and Dragon ...
so I found myself a seat in the arrivals hall. I sat next to a group of backpackers also sleeping. I started chatting to a Brazilian lawyer who was stopping over on the way to Auckland. She raved about Queenstown and Milford Sound and NZ in general. I used the wifi for half an hour and when it ran out and she went to the sleeping area I started chatting to the Indian guy next to me who lived in Wellington and was a manager of an Indian restaurant there. He had been in New ...
... Doesn't really allow for a sentimental build up. Fine. I think it's worth it, especially because it lets us focus our energy on stressing about the other things that need to stress about.
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East farleigh to Allington lock, 8.5 Km, 3hrs
It was sooo hot!! +30 degrees centigrade.
We set of from east farleigh to complete our final straight. We had to stop at maidstone to get more supplies of meths for the trangia, the women in the shop didnt believe add when he explained why he didnt have shoes on and that that we had canoed ...