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... for a little while just to see everyone and have some home comforts but obviously the circumstance in which I came back under was less than favourable. Although I remain optimistic about my Grandad I am also trying to be realistic. I'm glad I made the decision to come back when I did to see him but two weeks has gone by now and with a heavy heart I know the right thing to do is to head back. Life does go on and if we all stayed nearby and always thought "what if" ...
... good. Partway through I think something went wrong with the scene as they finished it rather abruptly and put the curtain down. Then an announcement came over that they had an issue and would continue shortly! All in all, we thoroughly enjoyed it. I could have watched it all over again then and there!
This time heading home we had it sorted. We caught the right train, the right bus, disembarked at the right stop and would you believe it – it, still took us about an hour to get ...
... a ride closer. We ended up catching a double decker bus and got off at Hanwell Broadway. We then had to ask a local how to find Cuckoo Avenue. Off we traipsed, up and down streets, finally finding our way home at about 12.30pm. Nick was still up so we sat around talking for a bit before dropping into bed. Bed had never felt so good before!!!
It was a good day - although we hadn't quite got to see everything we wanted to due to having a few hold ups in the morning.
... Borough Market for their duck confit sandwiches (Jord's fave) and the Beininschict custard almond cake (Stef's fave). Same as Camden, go on a weekday to avoid massive crowds and lineups! The food is on everyday! And the church just beside the market is a beautiful place to take your lunch and eat in the courtyard
... inflicts (along with, I might add, a huge degree of satisfaction and education), nothing surely saps the soul and body to such an extent as cycling through a desert. I was to ask myself on numerous occasions over the coming months: “Are these people mad?”
If our first day in the Mauritanian capital was notable for a mad Frenchman, our second was notable for fish. Now fish and fish markets are not normally subjects which ...