Premier Inn Cheltenham West
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... I'm allergic to sulphur and not mad on lava oozing into my living space.
Best to bail.
But having said that, we DID harvest some pretty cool friends in Bali -- Kathleen Frye, Lisa Kusel and Loy for a start.
So now we'll never know what we'd have harvested in Hilo but one thing's for sure.
SOMETHING will eventually come along to fill our cornucopia.
For a start, ANDY's coming this week for 4 days! Hooray!
Left Tewkesbury for nearby Malvern, the town where the Morgan Car Company has been making bespoke motor vehicles for over 60 years. The chassis and frames are made on site and then donor engines, gearboxes and drivetrains are added, also in the original factory.
I had ordered one of the 3-wheelers, but unfortunately, none were available. Actually fortunately because after squeezing into a roadster, I don't think the ...
... the roads that link the villages are tiny: single tracks only with passing places from time to time. We had a quick detour to Stanton: a tiny stunner of a village, where all the houses are crafted out of that same golden Oolitic limestone.
Next stop was the evocative ruins of Hailes Abbey, one of the country's main medieval pilgrimage centres, due to the fact that the abbey was rumoured to possess a vial of Christ's blood. The abbey was demolished during ...
... have the game pretty much in control by the half-way mark with The Boxmen 2/55 (with one retired) off 20 over - needing a further 109 off the remaining 20 overs. I pick up a low catch to give Stirling his first wicket of the tour and he finishes with 3/15 off 7 overs. I'm relatively happy with my keeping today although there are too many byes as the ball is just not getting up at all and several are just running along the ground after passing the batsman ...
... to drop his phone into the sea, and so now his phone is sitting forlornly in a bag of rice, trying its hardest to dry out. Cross your fingers!
We found a lovely little art shop, where I ended up commissioning a painting from a local artist. I wasn't quite sure how I'd get it home (it's pretty big!), whether I'd be allowed to take it on the plane, but at the check in desk at the airport I just kept it nice and low and ...