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... on to Newport.
We arrive at the Premier Inn and are grateful to see a restaurant connected to it. The sun is barely beginnings it's ascent despite the late hour. We sit outside on the patio, a large grassy area. The boys run around on the grass, somehow managing to still possess some energy, while Chris and Elizabeth sip their beer and marvel at the sheer magnitude of being in the UK. Sleep comes easy to all of us, the boys not even putting up a fight.
... wrought iron gate. I was annoyed, but didn't think much of it. That was until I queued up to see the stunningly clever Queen Mary's doll house. I was inside the castle, with my information booklet and my audiophone, but they wanted to see my ticket again or they wouldn't let me in. I apologised that I had lost it and indicated that I would leave the queue, (which had just been augmented by two bus loads of Chinese visitors and two busloads of Indian visitors and was ...
... week have are going to continue starting reasonably early as I am staying with a friend who leaves the house at 8.
And I don't have the keys...so my days are as long if not longer than hers.
So today I used up a ticket that was given to me at Christmas 2012 by my...not uncle...my mum's cousin. Yeah...whatever you call that relation.
... it was time to do some exploring. Did you know that there are only three bridges in the world that have bridges lined by shops and restaurants on both sides? One is the Ponte Vecchio in Florence, one is Ponte Rialto in Venice and the third is Puntney Bridge in Bath. I have now seen two out of three of these bridges, guess it's time to head to Florence to complete the trifecta! While walking across the Puntney bridge, we found a TINY little coffee ...
... Housewives? Instead I am on a train armed with a bulging backpack, butch walking boots and enough imodium to plug an elephant. My first stop is Nepal. I'll be staying with a family and learning about drug treatment and homelessness. I think it will be an interesting comparison to the ever changing system in the UK. I'm not too sure what to expect, I think it will be a tough experience. ...