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... of us in the process) but Lea got her own back when she hid his laptop and he thought it was stolen, he freaked out and it was pretty funny. Dad told Ellie about Laurie's famous lamb roast and Laurie was more than happy to cook it, lamb taste even better when you haven't had it for a ...
Not an ideal time to visit England but we couldn't pass through this part of the world without visiting my auntie Ellie, uncle Yannick and cousin Lea. Laurie had never met them and I couldn't remember the last time I saw them, they welcomed us into their home with open arms and it was great getting to know everyone again. The weather was reasonably good, we had only 1 1/2 days of rain and tho very very cold at least it was mostly ...
... played mini golf.
Here are the scores my dad came 4th and 3rd is me, mum and my brother came equal first.
But I got an epic hole in one. This is how it happened, I was at the start and I chipped it over two tree stumps and it hit a rock and came back and hit the flag and than rolled back to the rock and than rolled in to the hole.
I felt pretty happy about myself.
The next day we woke up early to go to Roman baths.
... 33 and Dad had 35.
We went to the Roman baths. There was 9 statues of rulers and had an audio tour. I did not listen to all of it.
We measured it and to me it was 28 meters long and 13 meters wide.
We did a quiz and at the end we got a certificate. The baths were hot. With just a pump and a hot spring.
... the bar and the four of us have a wonderful evening chatting until it is time for bed.
Today the weather promises to be good, so we are off to see the Avebury stones and burial grounds. We pack a picnic lunch and we are off. Avebury is like Stonehenge except not as many tour buses and you can actually get up close and personal with the stones. Stonehenge is roped off from the public with a 'look but no touch' policy. We first go to the burial site. This ...