Premier Inn Hull City Centre
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The months of anticipation and planning are over, here we are, lives packed in a campervan waiting to sail for Rotterdam and the Rhine lands beyond. The drive down to Hull was fairly uneventful. After a morning of rain showers we collected Evan from school and were underway by 2pm. Evan slept half of the way.
Miles travelled: 129
Places Visited: Terminal 1, King George Dock, ...
... John picked us up.
Had Fish and Chips for dinner then caught up with the family stories before bed.
The next day we went to Grandma's childhood home and took pictures of the gate before heading into the local supermarket to take a look at the car boot sale. I ended up buying the first season of Greys for one pound so happy with that.
After that they dropped Mel and I off at Fingley Bridge and we walked the pier to ...
... will no doubt be in touch with Nicky if possible. Ahhh. Want to be there. A week Jo, just a week. Headed on way to Nottingham about 9.30. Straight run through although we encountered so many trucks on the motorway. A very industrial area, very noticeable whenever you looked off the motorway. Just north of Nottingham there were some highway changes and so although it didn't look necessary the speed limit was 50 mph. Really quite scary having these big trucks ...
... The left hand SHIFT button is only half the size, so I keep hitting the / button instead of capitalising things. It is fustrating not having a pound symbol on my laptop though. Whenever I am speaking about money I have to type out pound and I think the locals think I'm weird for doing so.
I have had to educate them in a lot of Australian things. Like the fact that yes it is summer when we have Christmas, yes I have seen a kangaroo, no nobody uses ...
... made to my fund.
My event started at around 6pm, and about ten past six, we had a mental rush of strangers who I had never met arriving one after another. It was a little overwhelming to be trying to price the food, hand out plates, collect money, sell raffle tickets and chat to everyone! Most people who came either had been to Palestine, had relatives who visited often, or were part of a campaign group somewhere and wanted to discuss ...