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Flights to Livingstone, Zambia, via Johannesburg and transfer to Vic Falls all went to plan with all baggage arriving with us. If only we could cut out all the waiting time for flights and visas!
When we landed in London bright and early at 6:30am the kids are so excited, we kept having to tell them to stay with us, they were walking so fast to customs, dragging their little suitcases behind them.
Customs is much easier than expected, particularly in the early morning hours. Thankfully all our bags showed up on the carousel.
... Castle, but on an island. Reached by foot via a causeway at low tide, but boat when the tide is in. Unfortunately we were there too early to get into the Castle but the tide was out so we walked across the causeway. We headed off for the next stop on our list, Looe. This is another quaint little village, with a steep drive down to the actual town, but this time we were able to drive into the town and look around. ...
... but are all slightly back from the ledge and on the deck itself.
Apparently this is not a safe place no matter how far back I put the gnomes. For several days I have seen a vague red shape at the bottom of the pond but the water isn't quite clear enough most days so I couldn't tell what it was. Today I suddenly realized, as I counted my gnomes, that it was one of the solar ...
... him away to do some of her Dr stuff on him as he really was not in a good way and he was very tired which wasn't helping. And then it was time to leave the George and walk the 300 m t the windmill. We were followed by a cat but Jo would not let me keep it even tho it followed me home. Was sad but my lot in life is not to be allowed to have another moggy even tho I love them so And now in us publish this and go to sleep as I'm very tired. ...