South Lodge Hotel
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- Free parking
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... it is a very pleasant journey - typical little country lanes, green fields and beautiful trees forming an archway across the roads. We arrive about an hour later - they live in a very small village near Henley-on-Thames. It is lovely to see them again - they have been really struggling with IVF without success and have reached the end of the road and have some very difficult decisions to make next. We hope we are not intruding but are assured that we are a ...
... to open the gates and close the sluices so good old mum and Jo explained it all. Then on we went to Hampton Court were Dad rather cleverly manoeuvred the boat into a space right outside the palace, by some stunning gilded gates. Mum and I had a late night walk into Hampton, but got carried away so Scott came looking for us to make sure we were ok - which we were, of course. I decided that I would spend my first night with Scott and Jo, curled up between them so that I could ...
... surfing turtle lodge' to get there we have to take a row boat and a horse and carriage, We pay 5$ to sleep in hammocks but we end up sleeping on the yoga deck wakin to sunrise and sleeping at moon set ( I know right, whaaatt?!? Who knew the moon sets well it does an sometimes twice in a night!!! ) The lodge is on this beautiful beach, life is slow, there are turtle releases out to the sea, we swim for sunset everyday and these pelicans swim in packs through the ...
... the river Thames. Don't really have any photos but Kingston, especially around the market square is quite a nice town, was the place where 7 English kings were crowned, hence the name Kings Town the only one I recognized was Ethelred the Unready. Timed it well and were able to get a ride home with J&l. Sorry no photos ...
On Friday night Marian and I went to the London Zoo to attend an evening known as Zoo Lates.
It's a summer event that takes place on Friday nights in May and June. With a circus feel there were pop up food and alcohol shops spread throughout the park, croquet games, sack races and a big tent with animal themed performances all night, including a terrible rendition of a Lion King song.
As it doesn't get dark here till around 10pm the animals were still out ...