The Saracens Head Hotel
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... the organ? The Vicar was practicing for Sunday, and afterwards we engaged in a long chat with her, and the Rector and another visitor. This was Vince, who nowadays lives in Gravesend but has previously spent years living in Geelong, Werribee and Warwick in Australia. Such are the coincidences which seem to follow the long distance walker. The conversation flows as we talk to them of the Mary energy line that runs through this church, and our walk, and the reason behind ...
So it's just under 2 and a half weeks until I go. Stressed because I have so much to think about about my kit and my clothes and spending money for the week in NYC at the end. So I have a check list that I have gone through over and over in my head so I know that I have a good chance of not missing anything! (I probably will) and it seems to be getting longer every time I have revisit the bloody list! It's all about the weight ...
... This was a glorious walk in fabulous winter weather and even the tower blocks of Luton looked pretty attractive. 14 miles in all and whilst we probably only reached about 1/20th as high as Kili, we did have 4 different climbs in total up Galley Hill, Warden Hill, Telegraph Hill and Derry Hill - not a bad test really.
Anyway, the title of this entry is 'Nothing like a nice relaxing weekend!' or, as I said earlier, 30 miles ...
... meant hanging around and waiting. I wanted to get the boat to the bank on the left but the wind was blowing a gale and just pushed me to the right against the far bank. That was ok until it was time to pull out into the wind to turn to line up for the lock and there was no way I could shift it. Bryan had to come and push the boat out at the front while I put it in gear and eased our way crab like to the lock. ...
... prompt sunny natures I wonder? We were certainly greeted with music, shell necklaces & a song by the hotel staff & are now very used to men in sarongs with flowers behind their ears. As most Fijians are 6 footers (and we’re including the women here) they wear them well.
We’ve come back to a Britain sporting some wonderful autumn golds in bright sunshine and a MASSIVE pile of post. As ...