Premier Inn Southend Airport
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It was a rainy day so we had a chilled morning and then went to East - an all-you-can-eat Asian buffet for a bargain mid-week lunch price and it was amazing! All the types of food you would expect - Chinese, Thai, Indian and a Tepanyaki station where a chef cooked our chosen bowl of meat and veges. The kids all loved it - and especially the desserts! We needed to go home for a rest ...
... to be better at staying in touch off we went in our separate directions. After heading North for 5 mins we realised we were driving in the wrong direction for London. Chucking a Uie, we were on our way. The drive to Dartford only took a couple of hours and after living in Oz, we were amazed by the amount of trucks. On arriving in Dartford, which is even more grotty than it was 15 years ago we went to Wilmington House, the site of Beaver's first job. The building is now a block ...
... minute noodles for a long while. Now we just have to pay Angelo for the camper, next bridge to cross.
Yesterday Bronagh and John said we can park the camper in their driveway, which is lovely of them.
So as you can image we are both in a very better head space, we now are closer to having a home. We are so glad we didn't leave this till the last week of our stay here. We are ...
... so glad we've experienced it, a place to make you feel like a kid again. Today I feel like a very wet, cold kid. Down to the Serpentine, the pond where the Olympic swimming was held, we head into a groovy cafe and have a coffee and warm up, then head into Knightsbridge, past the part of Hyde Park where the Queens horses are trained, past Harrods, have a look around for half an hour and then head to Paxton's ...
... and one that we both feel blessed to have had. We'd like to thank all of you for following our travels, all be it little snippets, but thank you all the same we hope you enjoyed it.
Our lives have been enriched by the people we have met, lived with, worked with and you have all made this experience even sweeter and for that we say thank you!
It sounds a bit of a cliché but believe us when we say - Its been emotional.
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