Premier Inn Kettering
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... Market Harborough which is a 20 min drive away. It has a direct train line into London which takes an hour.
We live in a flat attached to the visitors center on the farm – right next to the calving barn. Fortunately it is all furnished and a full kitchen and bathroom.
We work with 4 other people: Wil – the boss. Jason - the herdsman, Andrew and Jason. We work 12 days on 2 days off.
On our first weekend off we went to ...
... we are off to Scotland! We plan to spend 6 nights in both Edinburgh and Glasgow, before returning to Peterborough on the 5th. We'll change the suitcase and then we're off on the plane to Portugal! I'm desperate for some sun and beaches so I think this trip will go down very well :P
Well I hope everyone has a safe and lovely Easter break - don't eat too much chocolate!!
Megz :) x
PS - Well done Australia!! #CWC2015
... mix of guests is awaiting my arrival. It is so exciting, the challenge, the adventure have stimulated me. I cannot sit still in my seat, my hands tremble with the energy flowing through my body, these feelings are immense and long forgotten but have suddenly returned with a full vigour having lain dormant within me for so many years. Where is the cab ! Only fifty more minutes to wait. More coffee, more caffeine. Maybe I should go for a ...
... This collection is the most Canalettos in one place outside of the collection belonging to the Queen. From there, I went to the long gallery to see what I was most excited to see. The Armada Portrait of Elizabeth I is one of my favorite paintings. I love paintings of her anyway, but this is one the best.The painting was done in 1588 and commemorates the English victory over the Spanish Armada. It is one of the most iconographic portraits of Elizabeth. I was ...
... in our THIRD container port of the cruise so far and there was some criticism of the organiser! We had a late start for our tour though a little excitement before we got to disembark. There were winds of 40 mph and the captain had to suspend disembarkation while they attached some more mooring lines. We did still get off on time for our trip through the container terminal. The first stop was at a "Beamish" type open air museum. Old Punta Arenas houses, shops, garages, ...