Travel Blogs from Ashford
Uneventful trip down to Ashford. One outstanding feature that neither of us could believe - there were no roadworks on the MI !!!!!. All the years we have been using it and it has never happened before. Ok meal then, back to room and watch last episode of The Politician's Husband and sleep
Flying to New York tomorrow & have 2 nights rushing around before we meet Tommy & Jacqueline in Denver to head for them there Rockies. Leaving an Indian Summer behind too.
Fixed Monday's puncture, got quite a bit of the garden put to bed - M25 Challenge in the ...
... stunning and while I preferred Salisbury, Canterbury is right up there in the cathedral stakes.
the bus brought us back to the Kings Head Pub back in Rochester for a great meal and finally some internet.
Our trip has been great but internet access hasn't been great. It has taken 2 days to get some that is reliable enough to add some entries here and onto Facebook.
The sun has been out and quite warm, even having to put on sun cream, so hope it stays that way for a while ...
... to me she lived in the late 1500's dying at the age of 17 early in 1600.
Eddie took us to his childhood haunts and the riverside park overlooking the Thames and the dockyards.
onto Rochester and its castle overlooking the River, and it s church alongside it. Both date back to Norman times. I find it amazing that the buildings are so old yet still stand albeit in some form or ...
... day, I had forgot to pick up the grill - Great! We were left with a stove but nothing to balance the pots on. Luckily, I found some rocks and balanced them on the platform however it was only when the burning smell hit me that it was too late. Ben and I approached the stove. BANG! A rock shot towards me, this pebble was now in half whilst Ben
and I were playing hot potato with it. It was extremely hot and simultaneously burnt ...