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... by far for Lucy, thank goodness for Facetime so we don't miss her grow up too fast! Liam still continues to bring up the recent plane disasters much to Lucy's amusement (NOT) and the nerves are finally kicking in. Tonsillitis is preventing Lucy's excitement from being overwhelming but there's definitely a buzz in the ...
this was a one day work trip. flew out in the morning to London about 45 min flight. walking to the rental car and I go to the wrong ride of the car!!!! so strange sitting and driving on the opposite side of the road. drove about 40 min along the English countyside to the plant. I felt like I was driving through a movie. tiny little windy streets up hill with old ...
We are hoping to do some blogging about our travels for anyone who is interested in what we are up to. Neither of us has ever 'blogged' before so this is a bit of an experiment.
We will upload photos and write a little about what we are doing in each place on here. Please feel free to comment with any tips or advice - I think we're going to need it!
Lots of love x
Woke up this morning to the most beautifully smooth river, admittedly it was slack water but the surrounds were just stunning. We enjoyed our tea / coffee in the cockpit as she swung around - what a lovely live television set.
Today we did the final things we needed to do e.g. put the car in the garage etc. And now we are officially on the way.
Left mid tide and headed for the Roach where we anchored and enjoyed a wonderful first bbq of the season.
Today we headed north-east from London to Holbrook to help celebrate the 50th birthday of a friend's mum. The morning was spent with many other shoppers on Oxford St, where we did some last minute gift shopping. The party had an Australian theme - we met the theme solely by showing up, but we added to our Australian identity by wearing our AFL jumpers. Other attendees took the challenge a little bit more seriously - weeks of planning went ...