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... Mind you, it is very tempting as the shops are full of beautiful clothes. We also had lunch at another beautiful Pub called The Georgian. This morning was so mild we went or a long walk with Bindi. Simone took me on a path she had never been on before, so it was a real adventure not knowing where we were going. Along the muddy paths and across the ploughed up fields was certainly hard going, but made worthwhile finding blackberry bushes and stopping to indulge ...
... a factory shop. At school, the girls ran out and welcomed me with huge hugs and kisses. The drive home from school at 4pm is in the pitch black now, and takes at least 45 minutes. I don't know how Simone manages to do it every night. I actually managed to stay up until nearly 8.00 and was still up at my normal time of 5.30 the next morning. I always find it amazing that I don't suffer from jet-lag. The weather is very ...
... member of their household, a lovely black curly-coated dog, whose name I can't remember, but his lovely black eyes in his black head stay with me along with his affectionate nature. And now I think about it, I'm not sure he wasn't a she. I leave here to go to Luton Airport, drop off the car (so everything needs to be packed properly, back to one suitcase, one backpack and a handbag), and get a bus to ...
... a lovely young couple from London who were spending six months travelling South America. We had promised to catch up once we were in London and this we did, meeting Chris and Zoe in the evening at Liverpool St Station. It was so nice to see them again on their home turf and we spent a great evening together, wandering through the old Spitalfields Market, imbibing at a typical East London pub where customers spilled out onto ...
... drive and visited two old pubs in the area ; the "White Horse" at Easton and the "Victoria" at Earl Soham. The White Horse has operated as a pub for 600 years. The Victoria is less old, but it largely untouched in its 200 years of existence. After enjoying a couple of the local ales ; Adnams brewed in Southwold and another locally brewed ale we headed back to Debenham for a light meal of fish and fried rice. Another long ...