The Lord Milner
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We had spent half a day in Cardiff, done our laundry, and driven off via Bristol and Bath towards Swindon. Bristol was OK, Bath was repetative... all those cut and paste terraces! thousands of them! I'd hate to try and find my place after a bender! On top of the hill you know you're in Nobs land. They have boring hoses and a private park to keep everyone else out of.
After Bath we head out on the minor A roads, half of which are closed, and cause an hour or so ...
Sam and I got up really early (5.30am, surprisingly it was very light - sunrise is currently 4.45am) to go fishing on the Thames. A friend from school, James Manthel, who lives in Kingston (near Richmond) has a little river boat and had invited us out on it for an early fish, and there was no way Sam was going to let me turn down this offer. It turned out to be a great morning with us catching 6 fish and Sam caught 3 of them. The fish are Bream and were all a very good size, with them ...
... spent a while learning about her life - thanks Flo - you made nursing a serious profession & introduced so many common sense good health measures, like hand washing! To cap off a great day I went to the Royal Opera House to see Tosca while G&S went to see Matilda the musical. We all enjoyed ourselves & I particularly thought of Eve & Mum who would have so loved to be with me at the opera in Covent Garden - a dream come ...
... is his power
I try to see him
When I can
Who wouldn’t fall
the Big Ben"
London. One of the grandest cities in the world. Where the Royals reside, where the arts are celebrated, where you opt for bad food (beans on toast) and who on earth could forget the recent royal marriage? Sometimes when traveling to far away places, it's possible to stop on the way home for an over ...
... which will be Boxing day.
I don’t want to give too much away but, London really gets into the festive spirit and I would love for you guys to see it as well. I understand it’s not the same as a beautiful sunny day, with a cold beer, seafood and good people - quiet the opposite really; bloody freezing with snow, mulled wine, hot roast and a bunch of funny speaking people, which also happen ...