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Monday January 26th This Wednesday was supposed to be the day we set off on our big adventure and took the Chunnel to France and beyond. That's what we were supposed to do, but our car broke down big style at the end of last week throwing our plans into disarray. We spent a frustrating day calling the car dealer trying to find out what was happening with our car, and being not surprised when they didn't return our calls. I called them four times, they called me back once. I tried ...
... bags. It may have only took us five minutes to walk there, but with dual carriageways, one ways and wrong turns, it took us half an hour to drive back. We loaded up and were soon speeding up the M1 towards families and Christmas back home. It felt so good I even found myself starting to hum that God-awful Chris Rea Christmas song. Wednesday Christmas Eve until Sunday January 25th Had a great time over Christmas, New Year and early January ...
... he was our first friend so we tipped him with an Aussie caramel koala.
Doing mission work with Leona's FiancÚ we executed our surprise with great success!! Leona was thrilled to see her best friend after 6 years. Over lunch we came up the the spontaneous idea to take on Allton Towers - one of Europes biggest theme park.
After not catching much shut eye for the last 3 days, we had an 11 hr sleep that night, reset the ...
So another few weeks of preparation and then back to Kerhuel and the house and garden for me. Back to pointing for Andy.
Ann's cold and chest infection are no better so off to Drs up the road. The surgery is literally across the road from Nick Clegg's constituency office (above the plumbers!!). She came home with a presecription for anti biotics and some cream for the conjunctivitis she had developed to add to her misery.
The first thing she said was ...
... was created and the bedroom furniture replaced the tents. A bit more civilized and a lot more comfortable.
I was scheduled to return to Britain to go to a planning day at Uni in late March and then do the Specialist Conference the week after in April. Ann planned on returning to France with me after the Conference. So in due course Andy and Jess dropped me off at the station in Carhaix. I left by train in beautiful sunshine and got to St Malo in plenty of time. I had time to ...