Premier Inn St Neots A1 / Wyboston
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... from Heathrow, we will be at home when I upload this (probably a few downloads before that!) and if you can hear a noise in the background it's probably the washing machine. MG misses her home comforts. As for me I've got the last weekend of the 6 nations to watch, so it's goodnight from me and it's goodnight from MG.
Oh, and I must catch up on the news as well. Apart from 2 Australians being killed in a plane crash in the Alps last week and a cricket ...
... connected yet disparate countries and the inviting, friendly nature of their people and you have the perfect ingredients for a truly great adventure. Top bombing! So where next and when? Speaking to friends and folks on our travels there are several candidates already. In no particular order the following look enticing, Southern India including Kerala, Indonesia including Java, East Timor and Sumatra, Ecuador and ...
... of those who simply say, “yes, but you are lucky, you can do that”. And of course they are right, yet surely the point is that having got myself to this point, having become a Chartered Accountant and having spent many years in corporate life running companies, I now have the knowledge to call a halt to the life of more and more. To think that is easy is to misunderstand how embedded we become in our life patterns, especially if we have some measure of success. I have ...
After our first night in the motorhome (the bed is VERY comfortable!) we realised we still had a lot to learn... like how to turn on the gas water heating. Two very quick - and very cold - showers later, we headed off to Hatfield House. This historic home is where Queen Elizabeth 1 spent much of her childhood, and has been in the Cecil family (advisors to Elizabeth, and her father Henry VIII) since Tudor times. We ...
... days. Well, I'm pleased to report, it went well. 8 miles on Thursday with Mandy and Vicky's hound Betsy (the Three Locks route) and another 8 miles on Friday (same route), but this time on my own - Mandy decided to wimp out this time and went to see The Bodyguard in London with the girls. Then on Saturday, it was a 14 miler with Tim and David again, this time with David's girlfriend Mie as well.
The route we chose this time ...