Dragonfly Hotel Colchester
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Still not feeling good so first stop boots chemist for some cold remedies after which we headed for Freeport. There we met dad and Rena and enjoyed the next few hours talking, laughing and having lunch. Love spending time with them, they are such good company. Val went out with her girls in the evening but I opted to stay back and chill. An early night for ...
... first six cages we looked in we could not see anything. They have tried to make the cages large with lots of foliage so the animals have plenty of green space to hide. Good for the animals but not so good for us. Eventually we had some luck and started to see some of the animals. We spent a good few hours at the zoo. ...
... days, I found little to enjoy. The reason was the weather – grey, wet, windy, cold, downright miserable. To a lesser extent the terrain was pretty boring, but I had known that beforehand … but the combination of the generally flat, featureless terrain and the poor weather meant that I found little of interest to see for days at a time and was simply putting my head down and pushing on the pedals. I found it pretty disheartening ...
... 30th. Then Saturday we kick started our travels with a sight seeing tour of London.
Finally Sunday we said our first sad goodbyes to mummy and daddy bear Keogh.
We now have a week of happy hello's and sad goodbyes to the southern family and friends...
Watch this space for our first proper update of the tour :)
Love Hayley and Simon xx
... that the heavy duty sump guard had also sheared a bracket during the last day – hence the inordinate amount of rattling from underneath the bike. I had thought it was just a loose bolt, but the bracket took offence to the loose bolt and fractured. The other side had fractured just before I took over the bike but Andy Worth’s welding of that bracket a while ago had survived all the hits and jolts of the trip with ease.