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 ...
... 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 ...
... cricket at the moment - Russ)
Russ has just sent 10 emails to insurance brokers, plus one to the local member, lets see what answers we get back! As you can image Russ is feeling quite down.
Tomorrow we are having morning tea with our hosts Bronagh and John, that will be nice, looking forward to getting to know them.
Just had a lovely email from Olga, we might pack our bags and go to San Fransisco.
Sue and ...
... so easily, not so much. Just remember why i am here!
I always get asked why on earth i would come over and live in London coming from the beautiful NZ. They don't realize how fortunate they are been so central to Europe however there aren't as many british folk with a really sincere and impatient passion to travel like you find in a lot of the Australians and Kiwi's. It's in our make up i think and we just get it. I don't at all get offended ...
... slow start, we headed to London and just caught the end of the festivities for the London Pride. Some of the costumes were stunning, with feather headpieces that must have weighed a tonne, and shoes about six inches off the ground! There were people everywhere, and a number of road closures. The bus to London did a massive detour and ended up right over the other side of town, so we got to see an unplanned part of ...