The Royal Oak
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... sending the Euro down the Suwannee and causing merry mayhem in the Financial Markets. A week earlier the commodity markets took a dive as Chinese Hedge Funds (I'd never heard of any before) decided to flog the back off the Copper Futures Market. All good fun and it got me harking back to the time when I masqueraded as a Futures Trader in the dying days of the Last Great British Colony of the East - Hong Kong. For those with a long memory, this was the time of ...
Awake or at least arise from another near sleepless night just before 05:00. Guest house doesn't start serving breakfast until 06:00 so I go out to the nearest 7/11 for a coffee to help clear my head.
I go down for breakfast at 06:00 but by 06:05 there is still no life in the kitchen. I ask about breakfast and am told about another 20mins as the kitchen staff have only just turned up for work. I need to be in a taxi by 07:00 so don't wait ...
... and places and always tells her stories with passion and humour, and delights in surprises and ripples of shock in the telling. Today was no exception and she reminded me of the time she was teaching in Singapore in the 1960's. She'd flown to Bangkok and then took a flight to Ankor Wat and found herself on the same flight as Somerset Maugham, and on arrival in Cambodia in the same hotel too! Her companion tried ...
... of the Boxing Day hunt. It is quite a tradition in England and there are very strong opinions for and against the hunt. There were police on patrol to ensure there was no trouble. After the hunt we went back to the Estate for lunch and a quiet afternoon. It is quite wet ...
... was dry. With help from Peter and Lin we managed to get it all to the Talbot, and set up in the corner of the lower room (The pub is on a split level).
We sang 25 songs from 3pm to 5pm, a mixture of folk songs, boating songs, and gospel songs. Amanda and John came to support us, but missed the first part, as they had to find somewhere else to eat, as the Talbot was not serving food. Andy and Sue came plus one or two from the local churches. Sadly ...