Travel Blogs from Cambridge
11th June - Wednesday
Today we plan to make our way to Cambridge area. Still haven't heard from the Immigration people, so we set off. We stopped on the M25 to get fuel, as Russ was at the pump we got a phone call. I explained to Anton our predicament, Russ was finished now, so we moved out of the way. Anton who spoke to a legal beagle, advised that we apply for an Ancestry Visa. I can apply for ...
... B road, but on turning back found Church Hall Farm just round the corner. the B&B is in a row of converted 500 year old farm buildings. Tony showed me the inside of the huge adjoining barn they had recently sold. It was beautiful with intricate wooden beams. showered then cycled to the nearest pub, the Prince of Wales for dinner-- a lovely smoked fish platter, which went down ...
May 31st was my Dad’s birthday, this is the 2nd
one without him and we were all thinking of him on the day. There were emails
back and forth from Mum and Shannon. My lovely cousins were thinking of us,
with Melanie also sending me a nice text. Life has had some big ups and downs
in the last few years and Dad’s passing certainly changed my life ...
... a book, not a post, to even begin to summarise how I feel about it all! Needless to say, it has been a sensory overload and I believe I have felt the very best of what it is to be alive.
For those who have not travelled for any length of time, it is very hard to describe just how life enhancing it is, but I would say that it most definitely differs from a holiday. A holiday is a splurge, a treat yourself couple of weeks that form a break from the routine of ...
... tour in Cape Town
The rain on Christmas Day in Bondi
Picking my carrots for dinner out of Brian's garden
Planning our routes and deciding where to stop on our road trips in Western Australia, the Great Ocean Road and the Garden Route
Completing our first ever 5k park run around Green Point in Cape Town
Helping set up the hyena trap in Shamwari
Thinking how quickly the time goes as we boarded our last flight back to ...