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While we were in the United Kingdom this time around, Robin and I got to watch a game show called "Pointless." Unlike our Family Feud, the point of this game is to come up with the answers that 0 out of 100 people said (in other words, "pointless" answers). One night, while we were watching, the category of national parks in Ireland came up and for the life of me, even though we had been to Ireland, I could not name one ...
... Khan. It is a marvellous building and well worth a visit just not on Mondays. Next we had a ride on the Woolwich car ferry followed by dinner at a pub near Greenwich. Roy and I navigated our way back to Uxbridge on the underground where brother- in- law Graham met us for the final part of our days journey to Harefield. Tuesday saw us visiting all the places Roy had lived and worked in around West London. We started at Southall ...
... you could not go wrong! "My Bad"!!
I never realised the word "Cave" and "How deep" would be a deal breaker??? :(. Ooops. We knew Kaleb was not keen on lifts and always insisted on using stairs, but caves! Every little boys dream....or so we thought.
Anyway, cut a long story short, birthday boy survived the biggest and longest cave, but lets say some of us managed to do that attraction a lot quicker ...
... when they were hunting horcruxes. Very exciting. We also saw on a map that Holyhead is in Wales, which I assume is the base for the Quidditch team the Holyhead Harpies.
Apart from these thrilling Harry Potter references, we also saw a bunch of beautiful scenery from the narrow twisty roads we were driving on. It was misty and wet, with little stone farmhouses dotted across the hills and sheep everywhere, including on the roads.
Since we had to ...
... there again
Wasn't I lucky, wouldn't it be lovely
To send you all cards, have a lay in on a Sunday?
Going for five weeks so how come I'm never gonna tell
This Natty Dread's never staying in a hotel?
I went to the place where every new face
Is an invitation to robbery
And sitting here in my safe European ...