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The week in Dorchester flew by, we kept reasonably busy but the cold weather limited our enthusiasm to explore to far. We visited Arne Wildlife Sanctuary, Portland and Weymouth on the coast and checked out the adorable town of Dorchester. Laurie had a great time scarring poor Lea (and ...
... taking in Australia and Japan.
Those of you who know us well, will already know that we love to travel. Martin's clocked up slightly more countries than I have, but then he did have the advantage of travelling with work. I've done my fair share though, packing in some great destinations even though time-off from work was sometimes limited.
My favourites so far include (sorry if I brag here): Bora Bora, ...
Not an ideal time to visit England but we couldn't pass through this part of the world without visiting my auntie Ellie, uncle Yannick and cousin Lea. Laurie had never met them and I couldn't remember the last time I saw them, they welcomed us into their home with open arms and it was great getting to know everyone again. The weather was reasonably good, we had only 1 1/2 days of rain and tho very very cold at least it was mostly ...
Last day in Cardiff so everything was packed away in our "dog box" hotel. Jo-Ann declared that we would pay a little extra for the next hotel so that we would get a kettle to make a cup of tea. The girls had misplaced another door swipe card, like in Bath. Later in the day Amy discovered both in the very bottom of her carry bag. We laughed that she was trying to collect souvenirs.
We decided to leave Chester in the hotel carpark and walk down to the Dr ...
... I could run no faster than that. I was scared of my back and certainly did not want to have another bad back within 10 days of my trip.
Luckily....an angel in disguise of the ticket checker came forward to help me. He was a french guy and he said.....he is gonna be in my carriage and that the train would not leave without him. So heaved a sigh of relief but we both held onto my luggage and ran towards the coach. Would never forget. I actually heard DDLJ ...