The New Beach Hotel
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... continue having endless economic growth as a concept, nay a goal for society and its politicians. Debby and I attended the debate there on the notorious November 5th, and while Russell Brand joined an angry mob calling for change in Parliament Square outside, there seemed to be a similar vigour displayed by the group inside. The evening culminated in a book being launched, ‘The Post Growth Project’. I find it encouraging that here was yet another clear sign ...
... collects the mail in his mouth, bringing them back to Maureen in record time! I think the Keen personality has rubbed off on him too! Our time together went all too quickly, as it always does when you are with great friends that you see rarely. We return to London later today on the train - Garth will be staying in London, and I will be heading to my cousin's house to catch up with my mother's side of the ...
... society of our fellow humans we had turned our backs on nearly three months ago. I filled in the last diary notes and took a final reading of the pedometer. The figures show we have been on the journey for 75 days since we boarded the Penzance train in London on August 8th. Since then we have walked 1,313 kilometres or 820 miles. We had one or two rest days most weeks along the way and covered an average of 21.4kms per day on the 57 days we were actually walking across ...
... the time to see more clearly and appreciate where we are and the life around us.
The path proves an easy one to follow, for which we are thankful, and by noon we reach St. Mary's Ashby, yet another isolated small church. Although its closed, it does leave an impact in my mind because of its pretty thatch and suave sleek tower. I am reminded of Hamish Miller's description in the Sun and the Serpent of the extensive presence of small churches in ...
... between the two.
It is nearly 2pm when we walk in to the Waveney River Centre where David and two of his friends are waiting. Over a late lunch we have the pleasure of meeting two more people, both called Steve. I find myself drawn into a delightful conversation with one of them who is a Roman Catholic Priest based in the largest town hereabouts, Lowestoft. The conversation is so agreeable as we delve into our shared beliefs around the need for a wider more ...