The Hardwicke Arms Hotel
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... tend to be some of our happiest memories now.
If you could pick one experience and have it again, what would it be?
Freddie - extreme horse-riding.
William - snorkelling in the sea.
Joanne - seeing the boys faces when they saw enormous turtles for the first time and listening to their squeals of joy when we made the 4WD journey to see the Guaymi. Pete and I have been lucky enough to work with turtles before, helping a guy with his PHD ...
... on operating the 1 1/2 tonne digger. Was very pleased with his progress and managed to get a lot done, but thought he still had a long way to go. There is a lot of work at the Nursery for him to do, so he will surely become an expert by the end of it. At around 4.15pm , and still very sunny and warm, Lyndon took us to Arkley Golf Club for our first game of golf in the UK. Arkley is a small 9 hole ...
... a Hotel in Rye where we could park in the carpark and if we had dinner in the hotel restaurant, then the parking was free! Very happy with that! And, if you parked in the spot closest to the Hotel, then you were also able to tap into the free WiFi! Bonus!!
Whilst in Rye, we visited the Ypres Tower – yippee, it was open! OK, so all you Commonwealth readers – when you visit a Commonwealth War Graves site with more than 40 graves, there is always ...
... said that one of the soldiers on the memorial had lived there.
After the walk finished Mum went round to Edward & Maria's for lunch and Emma and I walked round the market. I bought a chocolate brownie from a particular bakery stall which does especially thick, moist and tasty ones; I saved it for later, though, instead of having it there and then. We passed the place where the Accordion Man of St Albans used to play on Saturdays; I wished he still did so. The Accordion ...
... cabinet makers
It had the nick name The Wooden Wonder
Anyway, we set off, I think the weather had kept a lot of people off the road, they were empty, but it’s normal for it to rain over a Bank Holiday here in the UK
When we found it, there was a long drive way leading to the Museum
We were greeted by a De Havilland Dove out front, then the ticket office, we could see various aircraft outside, ...