The Courtyard Hotel
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Last full day with my darling sister Yvonne. We went to Bedford with Chloe and Sophie and had a great time shopping and having lunch. Said my goodbyes to the girls and their partners for the next few years. Love them so much. Yvonne and family have given me such a wonderful time and I am so thankful for the special memories we have ...
... have bright red tiles to use! Should look very swish. They have a really nice house with lots of antique furniture but it's all a bit messy for my taste. Ros invites us to have coffee in the garden. She has a green house and is growing eggplant, capsicum and cucumber - the eggplant look like finger ones to me and are looking ripe and ready. Ros is really excited about this as she was waiting for them to balloon out! She has a fish pond and the two ...
... Not just one shade of green, but everything on the spectrum from nearly black to pale yellow - its not warm, but its not bland either!! Growing up, I'm sure it was always like but that we now we live in Australia where the green is far less "in your face" it seemed almost photoshopped! Very nice!
Left for the Netherlands via Luton and EasyJet:
Luton airport - Meh!
EasyJet - ...
... disciplines where an abstract reasoning talent was vital.
Eighty percent of the 12,000 individuals who worked in and near Bletchley were women.
A look into the dorm room of one of the female residents at Bletchley. While several thousand were housed at Bletchley, many lived off the campus in the surrounding towns.
The work took place in long "shotgun" wooden buildings known as "huts" and numbered according to the specific part ...
... Today - packing and hockey / pub Tuesday - packing. Seeing friends Wednesday - check my packing. Thursday - dinner at dads Friday - getting picked up by mum and going to Heathrow for my hotel to stay the night before my flight! That's scary! That's the only thing I have to do is pack. And sort out my hockey bag. That's all. Until next time when I post a blog from the hotel in Heathrow and then blog from my first night in the hostel! Peace ...