The Norfolk Mead Hotel
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... nearer to home? Well, as most of those who followed this blog know, our journey took us on an expedition of 1,313 kilometres (820 miles for our English friends) over the course of 75 days. We journeyed from the most westerly point in England, Lands End, to the most easterly point, Lowestoft. Of course that was only the neat geographical summary of our physical adventure. With any pilgrimage the actual ground that’s covered is secondary to the wider and deeper journey which ...
... like the stuffed turkey we consumed on day one!!). Throughout the visit, we caught up with Angie and Paul (Maureen's son) who unsurprisingly have inherited their parents wit, and kept Garth and me in stitches, paying us out something shocking. What happened to those small children that I first met 30 years ago who were sooo polite?? No respect in this younger generation!!! Finally, I should mention ...
... soap which together with a tube of sun protection moisturiser has been my only toiletry throughout the journey. I sigh at the thought of the first of the farewells I will experience today. The shoes will probably have their last outing down the coast today as they really are in a shocking state. We've had to apologise at our B&B's over the last few weeks at the terrible smell we leave behind after our shoes have been locked up in a warm confined space overnight.
... running through my fingers. Suddenly David appears. He's run his car to the end and walked back to meet us. It's 2.40 when we are led to the ruins of St. Margaret's Church, Hopton. This place holds a certain significance in that, not only is it the final church on our route, but it is a node point where both the Michael and Mary earth energies converge and cross before heading out to sea. Again I turn to Hamish's description in the Sun and the Serpent for ...
... agree that we will need some time alone to recover. Of course, it is not the way when finishing an adventure of this nature to sit in quiet seclusion to recover. There will be days of hectic socialising as we immediately reconnect with friends and family. Something called 'the end’ is a lovely concept and comes with the love and kindness of friends, yet in some ways I know I would like to follow my namesake Badger down a hole to hibernate through the recovery. Not the physical ...