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Travel Blogs from Saffron Walden
... in the Hindu Kush behind him? Perhaps a daredevil motorcycle rider or an ageing trapeze artist, I hear you ask. Surely no other latter-day Evel Knievel with nerves of steel would be mad enough to undertake such a quest.
No. In truth Emuss is more Clark Kent than Superman, more Penfold than Dangermouse but, much more importantly, Paul is one of the nicest blokes this writer knows. Happily for his chosen charities, however, he's not ove-rblessed in ...
Other Butlery Duties
Prodding Maureen into a new dress for the wedding (but no new shoes), planning the sequence of Wedding Breakfast Lunches, soothing the Bride's fret and generally making it easy for her.
As the flunkies do Kate Middleton.
Others providing butler services to the Bride have included Ken & Hazel. Not only when providing the Canadian ...
... Unfortunately I woke at 4.15am with a raging temperature, and staggered blearily downstairs to find some paracetamol and convince the dogs that it wasn't early morning walk time. I managed to get back to sleep but am feeling shaky and delicate today!
Howard, Abigail and Elliot took the dogs to the kennels at 12 (tearful farewells from me) and then promised to pick up a few essential items (hoover bags - it's a long story....) and some lunch (my cupboards and ...
... England and I haven't been to Romford before. I saw my sister Tamar who had laser surgery on her eyes the day before and was shut in her bedroom with blankets over the windows to block out the light as her eyes are very light sensitive at the moment. She was on painkillers and a bit dozy.
I gave my mum the clothes I have been carrying around for the last 4 weeks and she was really happy with them all so it was ...
... plan as it stands: get there, don't get blown up, or bitten by a dengue fevered mosquito, or a malarial one, eat as much amok as possible to cram into 17 days, and get as many smiles as I can from the beautiful Princess Chenshophea, who will be accompanying me every step of the way.
I also intend to give 200 riel to every begging child who asks - it's too hard to say no, so I am not even going to try this time.