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We've had a fantastic year and been away for over 20 weeks, to places such as the Caribbean, Madeira, Italy, Cornwall, The Lakes, Cycling C2C, Northumberland, North & Mid-Wales, Peak District and the South Coast. The weather has been brilliant (except for C2C), and now we are following the sun to Australia and Thailand to visit Kath and Ian and their family and meet up with Kate and Matt- you can come too, via this ...
... Amsterdam we alight to discover our bags hadn't made it to Birmingham:(. Picked up the rental car and the first one caught on fire.....or at least started smoking 2 roundabouts away from the rental car place. Luckily we hadn't made it to the motorway or it would have been even worse. For our troubles we did get an upgrade to a car with Sat Nav which has come in very ...
... through the village as I didn't actually have a number and street! My very nice room is on the second floor with really nice views. Terry my host recommended that I go to the pub across the street for dinner which I did and had a very nice meal. Would have been almost perfect if it hadn't been over run by loud yelling children!! Back home by 6:45 and ready for bed!! I am here 2 nights and Terry is going to give me some suggestions for tomorrow over my ...
... after a shower (at last!) I decide I will ring one of the restaurants in town that Julie recommends. My phone now fully charged of course doesn't seem to be able to find the service I have paid for!! Plan B I will just go to one of the pubs for dinner. I lay down just for another quick nap and wake up again at 3:00am - no meal in the pub for me! Back to sleep until 5:30 and I am now drinking a cup of tea and eating the yummy home baked cookie Julie left for me at my bedroom ...
... visitors, but I’m really glad we were able to experience it overnight in one of the exquisite cottages.
Unfortunately, we needed to depart in order to continue our exploration of Wales and begin our return to Essex.
Instead of driving directly to our next destination via the motorway, we took the scenic route, through pastoral farmlands which gradually gave way to steeper terrain populated by flocks of sheep.