The Royal Norfolk Hotel
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... to stay there with the military danger zone on one side and gravel workings on the other! Quite a colony of rabbits lived there though. Just past Old Romney we saw a ruin of a church and soon after that a large hawk of some sort flying around. He landed on a bush and I managed to get the camera out and photograph it.
We sat on the grass verge of a quiet lane to eat our sandwiches ...
... m a motorcycle or a car until the last minute. Then reflect on how I cuss to myself about lazy drivers who go about with one headlight out, whenever I see one. Tick, tock, tick, tock. Ah ha! They don’t know they’ve got a headlight out. I never thought of that.
Enough reflection. I’ll swig my coffee down then ...
... in WW1 the other night which was particularly miserable. Any after a scenic tour of The Kent Weald we arrived at the hotel. Good room and very well kept but reminiscent of a well appointed care home. Arthur the whisky policeman has changed teams and now plays for Gin United. The bag of dry roasted peanuts has been attacked and ...
... foe, through Napoleon to Hitler.
As we wandered around the castle, up and down winding staircases and through long, winding tunnels we felt a little like we would round a corner and bump into Merlin or Authur.
From there onto the motorway and up to London, we arrived at our camp ground, 10 miles (yes I know miles) out of swinging London.
... that remind us of all the
travelling we have done and the fantastic people we have met – and of course, as
time passes we are becoming even more restless. Please keep all the blogs,
updates and emails coming as they help enormously.
Bridget has been fantastic during the treatment and things
are now looking very good for the future: I will get her back anti-fouling the
boat very soon!!!!