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... haven't had the chance to eat in this area, but I would like to try at least one of the restaurants around! After Curry Mile my journey is far less interesting, but still beautiful. I pass by several large parks and monuments. I also pass an art museum and the Manchester University Hospital, both of which have amazing architecture. The most beautiful building on my walk is the Catholic Church of the Holy Name of Jesus. This building was ...
Our unscheduled holiday to the other side of the world comes about not because Oz is on our bucket list of priority destinations (certainly not mine) but simply because of Alice. Who's Alice? This is our lovely daughter who decided to to take leave of her job in paediatric nursing in Neonatal Intensive Care to ...
We have left the worst of the weather behind us thank goodness but it is still wet and grey. Had breakfast and then went up on deck 15 to watch Gibraltar getting nearer. Arrived approx one and were off by half past, just as we had got to the cruise terminal the heavens opened and we waited awhile until it had stopped. Walked into Gibraltar, very very busy but it was nice to ...
... wait to see how they turn out.
Now all we are waiting for is the seed potato delivery. I have chosen some very traditional potatoes for the potager partageon including Sarpo Mira as the main crop. We shall see how it fares against blight. Ann will be potting up some seeds over the next couple of weeks for us to take back. Andy informs me we are also taking back my grandmothers old horsehair two seater settee to refurbish in France. That could prove very interesting and keep ...
... carrots. The door took a bit longer than the doorway as marrying up the french and english door parts was tricky, to say the least. Then the biggest challenge yet, the back window, which would mean taking down a substantial part of a two foot thick stone wall held together by 100 year old mud and dried up lime mortar. In the end the wall turned out to be 100 years of dried mud, old grains of wheat and mice nests!
The inside lintels went in relatively easily with plenty of points ...