The Crown, Stoke By Nayland
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... it was so good! And so so cheap! Wow...it was incredible, made more so by the lovely Irish couple who I met there. Liz and Trevor completely understood why I am travelling now. They are what I imagine my parents to be like in...a "few" years time. *more like 20. I then decided to walk back up towards town, but when I was doing that, Mother Nature decided to play Dodge the Hail Stone with me, so I got whipped by thousands of hail ...
Today we said more goodbyes to Paul's Chelmsford friends Alex, Penny, Adam, Hanna, Daz, Ellie, Shaun, Chris, Jamie, Hazel and Loz. Later on we headed home and had an evening of family games then more goodbyes to Auntie Maria, Laura, Acacia and Kiaya. Today's photo is of a cuddly Big Ben toy we were given by Hanna and Adam to remind us of home whilst we are ...
... Hounds. The next morning we went to Bury market and Annissa got a new phone. We stopped at Harriet's café and had tea and coffee and bought some gifts for our granddaughter. The next day we went to Lavenham and saw the newly remodeled Greyhound Pub. We then moved on to the Swan and checked out the Airmen's bar. During WWII there was an airfield nearby and ...
... physical impact of the walk on Debby and I. Although I want to experience this walk with Debby, I know I have to be honest with her that I love the freedom occasionally of simply walking and writing at my pace. When I’m alone I have no worries about speed or her condition and my path finding is always more sure without second guessing the way. Just as she doesn’t want to let me down, so I never want to fail or mess up for her. How hard it is seemingly for us to ...
... can only be described as, wobbling down the isle and asked where seat 28e was. now I'm no expert but when you walk down and you pass rows 17,16,15 and so on shouldn't something just click that you just might be heading in the wrong direction. the 2nd woman then asked if her seat was the same; well I sincerely hope for the sake of the Ryan air death toll that they weren't sat on each other's lap. I would just like to add as ...