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... wellies with dogs in tow. Interesting produce..lots of Brussel sprouts and home made pies and cheeses.
i found a supermarket that does home deliveries which saved me lugging too much up hill again
the weather?? Well in a word...cold,as you would expect. But I have a warm jacket,scarf,gloves and hat and the house is warm...so all good!
Not too too sure about British TV though...hard to ...
... a $100 dollars a tonne by the time everyone had stopped selling and had started laughing. So, by default I was now one of the largest holders of Aluminium futures contracts.... And then silence. That was always the trouble in Asia....a lack of liquidity.....and so for the next 6 hours I would have to sit there and wait until London opened up and the true price of Aluminium would be revealed. It was a long 6 hours and I dont recommend it to anyone. Eventually ...
... the one I am booked on else it is heading in the opposite direction towards London. I grab my bag quickly and get to the driver before he disappears and he is actually going to Gloucester. Not too keen on taking me as I don't have the right ticket but eventually relents and I board. Driving back through the dark, wind and sleet ... At least getting the earlier bus saved me an awful 2 hour wait and gets me back home a whole lot earlier than expected.
... beautiful church. The gardens alone were spectacular . We also watched actors performing scenes from Shakespeare plays (although don't think Roddy was converted!!!!!). The village itself was lined with historical buildings and we even had to stop at the oldest pub in town - The Garrick Inn for a pint for the boys and a tipple ...
... they go red, yellow (or amber as they call it here) comes on, and then they both turn off and then green lights up. Letting you know that green is coming is actually useful, because the Mercedes engine turns off when you are stopped. Then as soon as you see the yellow come on and take your foot off the break, it starts back up again. Odd but still cool.
We passed through so many beautiful and small little villages. It feels like you are back in