Brook Red Lion Hotel
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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 ...
... along the middle river.
You would hear one of them speak a couple of sentences, then the next chauffeur's voice would carry across the river. it was like a flock of birds all speaking to see who could squeak the loudest, all trying to outdo each other.
We then walked along the laneways back to the car, purchasing Delcom a beautiful new and very warm, deep eggplant coloured jacket for her cruise tomorrow into the ...
... the dockside and passport control … where the Border Control Agency officer chatted about my trip with great interest, while doubtless annoying the long queue waiting behind me!
I headed west towards Colchester and home with the sun shining and a fresh breeze blowing from the northwest. All was going well until I reached a steepish hill between Bradfield and Mistley and the chain was thrown off, causing me to have ...
Well, we arrived back on British soil safe and sound on 9th June! It's been a whirlwind four weeks back - since arriving back home, we've attended two weddings and even one stag and hen do! Seeing as we arrived back home exactly one month ago on 9th June, and seeing as we travelled to 9 countries, it only seemed right for the last blog to be a month later on 9th July!
Well what can we say...we did what we wanted to do (and more!) - visited all ...
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We have all enjoyed tracking Robin in his quest,
From our comfortable homes we have laughed in jest,
Enjoying his Byronesque journal when he experiences a bit of French sun,
And have learnt that his mechanical prowess is second to none.
Then he met with frost and ...