The Grange Hotel
Travel Blogs from Thurston
... Mr 35C and I exchanged very knowing looks. When I told Alex later, he interrupted me, saying he knew what was going to happen. He works for HMRC in the Customs sections and says that this is exactly what they do to apprehend someone when there is smuggling or some other crime suspected. He added that it is common that the person switches seats to try and avoid being detected. Ooh er, Mrs!
Just as I had planned, I wasn't the least tired facing ...
... in North Walsham. I also managed to get one lot of laundry washed, which is now drying over the radiator and some on the airer. I'll pack in the morning. Much too tired to pack tonight.
On the note of being tired, I will head off to the land of nod and dream of time out in a lovely wee cottage from daily tasks and worries.
Nice day out, caught the train to Cambridge from London, sun was shining, hard to believe, and caught a punt up the river behind all the unis. Really pretty and relaxing. Only thing that could have improved it would be an esky of bubbles and some cheese and bickies, oh yes, and some fun ...
... of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and the Opera House for the first time from our apartment's rooftop pool in Darlinghurst
Laughing as we see our carhire in Cape Town, cute Pansy the lilac convertible Fiat 500
Eating burritos overlooking Bondi beach at the Beach Burrito Company
Steve trying to catch squid with the rest of the group from our cruise boat in Halong Bay
Seeing the floating villages around Halong Bay complete with schools, a pub, ...
... whilst on my travels...I'll do my best people but this trip isn't about photography, it's about experiences and the camera often creates a buffer between you and what's going on around you, somehow segregating you from the moment so I can't guarantee anything :)
Dammit! I just realised that Dave is packed in my rucksack so no pics of him on the plane with me :(
New Years resolution no.3 - be less forgetful.
It seems I ...