Premier Inn Wellingborough
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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
pifactory3142 at gmail.com
... Arrive at the terminal and discover that check-in doesn't open until 4.30! Bloody marvellous, that's an hour's sleep we have missed out on!
Eventually we get our bags checked, tickets issued and security cleared, not a great start hopefully things get better!.
Arrived in Madrid ok, plane took off and landed on time a quick bite to eat and drink on board, the ...
... the anti-clockwise side of the M25 was stationary though!).
I spent yesterday unpacking and sorting through 1250 photos - friends and family I hope you are looking forward to seeing them all, and the thousand or so Teresa took :D I couldn't write yesterday because then it would all be over too soon. It is still too soon, it doesn't feel like a month has been and gone, but it was fantastic.
Thanks for following this blog. Love Sophie xx
... was like where are my real grandparents...please bring them back! Ha So all the lists for the packing and hockey kit have been done I'm 100% on my camp leaders profile and everything done documents wise anyway. Just now to start saving for the spending money. Aiming for £1000 spending money should be ok I think. Ink nearly done and that's it until I go to camp. Until next time boys and ...
... looked gorgeous against the blue sky but by the time I got my camera out the snow clouds were coming over. Walking into the village I saw the village sign and realised I had been here before. The words “a thankful village” gave it away. It is one of the 51 Thankful Villages which lost no men in the First World War, as first identified by the writer Arthur Mee in the 1930s.