The Upper Reaches Hotel
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... I waved a proper goodbye to her on the platform last night as she went back to uni, it was a rather quick and unemotional toodle-oo but I think that was probably better. Today was hectic as I started packing and organising references, CVs and printing documents out for the trip - why did I leave it until the last minute??! Saying goodbye to the grandparents was hard because well they are a bit older so one does worry leaving for so long, but touch wood - everyone is fit and ...
... there were so many channels and i didnt find the program guide until the last minute i was devastated I missed it! Although Aunty lee only cottoned onto it about ten minutes before I did so I didn't feel too bad! We had Japanese in the restaurant downstairs - spring rolls which didn't taste as light as usual, then chicken and noodles, the noodles had an odd taste but the chicken was delicious and then some very rich chocolate cake and ice cream for ...
Well this was a perfect example of how not to be a good Wwoof host. I shan't name the place I stayed, as I know I'm about to be quite rude about it!
I left Suffolk with a good 8 inches of snow on the ground, and was a little worried about the journey as, according to reports on the news, the whole country was coming to a gradual standstill because of the snow. I needn't have worried. After the first couple of miles of driving at 10 mph on ungritted minor roads the ...
... soon turned up so we took that, buying a family day ticket and meandering through the Oxfordshire countryside to our destination.
Abingdon is a historic country market town with an interesting history which you can learn by visiting the Museum in the town centre. It has a tradition of "bun-throwing" on special occasions. Town dignitaries used ...
... to the occasional adventure/mystery story... so it should come as no surprise really that I have joined the Enid Blyton Society, and decided to accompany the group on a recent trip to Bourne End - home of Enid Blyton between 1929 and 1938, and setting (as the fictional Peterswood) for the Mystery or Five Find-outers (and dog) series.
The adventure started with a train journey ...