Swan Revived Hotel
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... breaking and overlapping the crash barriers along the central reservation to enable walkers to cross at what appears to be a little used path. With our hearts in our mouths we carefully negotiate the crossing before plunging back into an altogether more comforting and supportive environment. Our walk passes over some poorly maintained stiles and through a large field of fully grown crops which we find it impossible to identify. By 2pm we sit atop a hill on Therfield Heath for ...
... said that one of the soldiers on the memorial had lived there.
After the walk finished Mum went round to Edward & Maria's for lunch and Emma and I walked round the market. I bought a chocolate brownie from a particular bakery stall which does especially thick, moist and tasty ones; I saved it for later, though, instead of having it there and then. We passed the place where the Accordion Man of St Albans used to play on Saturdays; I wished he still did so. The Accordion ...
... the sack.
Next day we visited ex neighbours from Christchurch who relocated to the UK after the earthquake and then headed to our first night in a camping ground on power so that we could test the capabilities of our new machine. After ringing around 5 camp grounds we managed to find one that had room for us and so we ended up at Henley-on Thames which was a lovely camping ground and the facilities were amazing with central heating throughout ...
... t quite sunk in yet, although the sweet feeling of not having to wake up to an alarm is what dreams are made of, and we are loving it! Although we have organised, paid for and booked the majority of our things already eg backpacks, flights, and hotels, during our time off we will be getting together the last remaining things, eg clothes, sorting insurances and spending money. We also have a lot of things ...
... And, I got to go around in an anti-clockwise direction. I thought that was pretty cool. It's funny, the things that entertain us, isn't it?
So, after 7 weeks, 12 stops, and 1781 pictures I am ready to come home. Since this is my last entry before I leave, I just want to say I thought of each of you multiple times while I was wondering around, so you were all here with me in spirit. I'll see you all soon and thanks for reading along. Cheers!