The Crown Hotel
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... then Nic's exhaust fell off 4 miles from home so she had to be rescued by her Dad!!!
Later we had a lovely drinks gathering with lots of old friends - the link being badminton which Nic and I played all through our years in Blyth. We had lots of laughs and it was a fantastic evening.
Yesterday it had turned cold again so we only ventured out briefly. My oldest friend Lesley came over from near Stoke with her nearly 4 year old son Tom for the day. ...
... better and more comfortable being down at the club. Our first game was a success where we won with one wicket in hand in the last over. We bowled first and the opposition made 203 in there 45 overs, they looked like making 300 but it was only the top four batsmen who made runs for them, they fell away pretty quickly after that. I took one catch and also took one wicket, bowling the number 3 batsmen. ...
... is nice but it is also quite small, something we will have to get used to compared to home. Nikko picked us up and we went down to the cricket club so I could have a net session before our friendly game tomorrow. I hit the ball okay but I think it will take a little while for me to adjust to the conditions and the formats of the games. We then went into the clubhouse which is s really cool setup. It is similar to the club house at home but they have an ...
Saturday 23 August
The final day in Europe is dry and windy. We get our heads down and fly down the highway to Rotterdam where we board the P&O ferry for the trip to Hull. It's a bleak and increasingly industrialised landscape, and I am not tempted to stop and take any photographs. The tour is over and we just want to get home and rest up.
We have a few beers on the boat and then sleep for England.
It is sadly ironic that after ...
... rather fed up and tired and wished to discover where one might obtain some drugs...' I cycled on surprised that the local police were so brazen about their behaviour.
The bike would not fit in the lift, nor the broom cupboard so I carried it up the 2 flights of stairs. Some people in the hotel got to hear of my journey, I think one of them I knocked down whilst carrying my bike upstairs and gave me £10 donation so thank you Lee Reynolds, may you ...