The Shurland Hotel
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- Non-smoking hotel
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... people it all took a long time, but was enjoyable for all that. This was just into the hills at Suvereto and it was extremely hot. The wine finished, it was back into the coach to drive to a charming village named Bolgheri. Sadly, we didn't have enough time there, so our visit was somewhat rushed. Nevertheless, Julie was able to find the obligatory thimble for her collection. A late lunch on board set us up to ...
We set off a bit earlier today, 7.25am, as we had a bit of driving to do to achieve our goal. The weather was beautiful again. We finished up doing 340 miles (550k). We stopped for fuel (£42.34 at £1.199 per litre). Along the way we saw fields full of pigs and pig stys. They are like free range pigs. Paddocks devoted to pigs, with lots of area for them to roam. We have also seen quite often fields full of solar panels. ...
... until the pressure has dropped and the fruit is ready to be packed. To me, it seems extremely complicated to know how much fruit should be ripened, as all orders must be met but if too much fruit is ripened, it could pass its best and therefore be wasted but the team have it all under control! The rot room is where a sample from every delivery of stone fruit is kept at 22°C and 80-90% humidity for 5 days. The room’s conditions are much more ...
... night Sarah and I made dinner for Margaret and Sid, we made the legendary Minestrone soup, which turned into more of a pasta after we put too much pasta in! But it was still lovely. Keith, Margaret and Sid's son and his partner are taking us out tomorrow so let's see where we will end up. DAY 4: Pooh Bridge, RAF Cathedral Tuesday 29th April Interesting morning! We were supposed to walk over to Keith's house, just around the corner, and then we would go from there to explore. ...
On the 21st December we will be beginning our journey back home to England just in time for Christmas (which will no doubt feel like the Antarctic to us after spending 6 weeks in the blazing sun of Ghana...). We will be landing back at Heathrow on 22nd December - and I'm fully expecting a welcome party to meet me at the airport!! (Gifts will be mandatory, of course...)
My aims of this trip ...