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... well here with our smelly shirts and fly flecked faces. We eventually found the Hoste Hotel for lunch which although had fairly extortionate prices, the food was good.
The final 20K to Hunstanton seemed to consist of one hill after another. Whoever said that Norfolk is flat is a bloody liar or never cycled here.
Hunstanton turned-out to be another seaside town and the hotel from the ...
... the collapse of the Euro and the Irish economy.
We also found work after Germains. I did a variety of jobs from hospitality to care work. Neil found work on a pig farm for East Anglian Pigs which he enjoyed. I must admit I found it hard to settle to working back in England as so much has changed since 1995 and some of it is not for the better.
Living in a town didn't mean we didn't see any ...
Looking forward to a relaxing 2 weeks with my family before I leave them for 6 months! Starting to get my bag packed, all the thoughtful presents from my lovely class are coming in very handy! Not sure if I will be able to fit 6 months worth of clothes in one back pack though!
Hopefully next time I write I will be packed and ready to go! Getting very excited now!
... of very cute pets including a Chameleon, which was allowed out and crawled everywhere, including up the curtains! Matt dropped us back later in the day and Sue cooked us yummy Lincolnshire sausages for tea. We finished our day by relaxing in front of tv watching the Commonwealth ...
We woke to a cloudy but warm morning. The plan was for Sue to take us to Springfield to catch a water taxi to Spalding but as we arrived at 10am the skies opened, thunder boomed and our plans interrupted. So we went shopping instead! An armload of shopping later we were pleased to see the skies had cleared and we boarded the water taxi for a 40min cruise down the Coronation Channel. ...
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking