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Almost packed, I think I have everything but not entirely sure yet. I also think my bag is too big :/ 55L +10L Slightly concerned over the amount of loose anti-malarials I'm taking.... Today I'm having my hair cut and seeing the Soham boys for the last time before I ...
... the start of my trip, but one I hadn't had the chance to see yet. It was so kind of them to take me, because I am sure they had stuff to do and it was very much a whole-day trip. We left mid-morning, after a call to the railway station in a bid to find my favourite beanie which fell out of my bag on the way off the train. I hope I get it back, but I will somehow survive if I don't. It was about an hour's drive to ...
On Friday it was back into the driving seat and heading for Thetford, to meet up with Albert's son Robert and his girlfriend, Amy, as well as spending a day with my diary friend, Annie. On the way, we went via Boston and had lunch with my cousin Joy and her husband Raymond.
Apart from one long delay for roadworks, the journey went well, through flat fen country mostly then into the land of flint and pebble houses and walls.
Our hotel was at Hillborough because we hadn't been able ...
... br> After a couple of hours we decided to head onto cambridge and this is where finding our way really got hard. The blue dot on my phone disappeared at one point (that's my story) and we were going the wrong way for a while. We went through one old town with lots of timbered medieval buildings with the top floor cantilevered out over the street. The front doors of the houses were right on the street with only a narrow footpath separating them.
Once we ...
A good start to the day with a fry-up provided by Paul then it was time to leave Jennifer, Keith, Paola and Paul and get on my way on this bright warm sunny day. Local traffic was a bit busy and I found the climb between G Shelford and Fulbourn quite a hard slog. But I was still optimistic, as soon it was downhill to the flat plain and easier riding. There were a few attractive villages such as Swaffham Bulbeck but after that Burwell, Fordham and Freckenham ...