Travelodge Medway M2
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... the end of World War II and underwent his training at 3 Training Unit in Cove. We found a picture of that facility from 1960 in the museum. It was a really interesting place to visit. We didn't expect to find anything about our father in there, but it was nice to see some photos of areas he would have been in during his service. I got some information from one of the area's visitor centres before we left and they said there wasn't ...
... and we had a string of beautiful, sunny, spring days, I was feeling pretty lucky. It is amazing that we are here, and I am feeling excited about what the rest of this year is going to be like.
Because these first few weeks were so boring from a reader's perspective, here's a quick highlight reel of those two weeks spent in hostels:
- I interviewed and trialled for a job, got the job, and then quit the job all within ...
... over joyed.
The week was enjoyed at a slow pace. One of our friends sons and his wife came home to Chatham for a visit and to see us over the weekend. They have 3 lovely dogs, that also made the road trip down. On Sunday, as is tradition, Sharon made a lovely roast dinner with all the fixings. The house became very quiet after everyone left.
Our son, Kevin, was celebrating his birthday in Canada on Saturday, and ...
... we called in to a shop that sells mattresses and met a elderly man who also lifted our spirits, which we needed. He is 70, has a mum, wife, 2 daughters and 5 grandaugters who tell him he needs to retire. He gave us a hard time about being Australian but went out of his way to help us with questions we asked about this different country.
Russ has had a big day of frustation and learning.
Sue and Russ.
... if i'm Australian like i thought i might. It is incredibly hard to explain to people that little bond we have with each other. But you can generally pick one out of the crowd and you will always have something to talk about. Like the kiwi's you generally will have a mutual friend. Or be cousins. I guess at the end of the day, they have your back and you have theirs cause we are all here for the same reason and there's that mutual respect and understanding. It's ...