The Angel Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free parking
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... cries of politicians about the need to foster economic growth. Of course very few countries are achieving this goal and in a finite world with limits to growth this is hardly surprising. Yet the prevailing story of mankind is that we must grow. If not unemployment will rise and hell on earth will befall us. The overarching thrust in society comes from the big global corporations rather than any politicians and the pages are full of stories of them being chased across borders ...
... like the stuffed turkey we consumed on day one!!). Throughout the visit, we caught up with Angie and Paul (Maureen's son) who unsurprisingly have inherited their parents wit, and kept Garth and me in stitches, paying us out something shocking. What happened to those small children that I first met 30 years ago who were sooo polite?? No respect in this younger generation!!! Finally, I should mention ...
... of Lowestoft are breached and we descend down to walk the beach for the final kilometre. The experience is marred by the mangled concrete and ironwork of seawalls which had been mauled like Lego pieces by the intemperate destructive power of last year's storm.
Then it was over............. We stood sheepishly on the floor insignia recognising the most easterly point as the obligatory photos were taken. We hugged and kissed and then simply walked away to re-join ...
... 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 ...
... fraternity, he felt it was only fitting that we experience a boat trip. The five of us board the boat after a fish and chip lunch and take off at a speed not much different to that at which we walk. The conversation ebbs and flows with the ripples on the surface of the water as we are introduced to some of the bird species that frequent the area. Both the Michael and Mary energy lines pass across this waterway and our route to St. Olaves crosses both of them. It is fascinating to watch ...