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We are now staying with Craig's relatives in Hythe, Kent for a couple of days. Today we spent the day at Port Lympne Wild Animal Park and had a great time. We especially loved the big cats, gorillas and baboons. The park is in a great location overlooking the English Channel and the animals have great places to ...
... with places to stay in Europe at Vicarious books and then headed off to Canterbury Caravans where they had a regulator. Also managed to hopefully fix the grill which keeps falling off. Yay. All set now hopefully. Off to Dover. Stopped at the National Trust park overlooking the port and walked along the cliffs to the lighthouse. Then into town to scour the charity shops for more books and a stock up on more English goodies at the supermarket before our midnight crossing to ...
... of luggage were returned safety.
Driving through the airport was phenomenal it is HUGE! feeling half asleep we prepared for thr 2 hour journey ahead to Folkestone. Driving in the UK is definitely an experience couldn't believe how busy it is.
Now were at Nan and Grandads house all safe and sound I am definitely looking forward to some sleep. Catchya later :) x
... and we were so lucky to get a week of sunshine. We
walked, cycled, played in the water with our body boards and even had a cream
It is now time to get ready for the next round. I am going
to King’s Hospital in London for
stem cell harvesting which starts tomorrow with some more chemotherapy. The
stem cells will be removed from the blood by a machine similar to that used in
It has been the coldest summer for 18 years in the UK but the temperature in Trinidad will be 86 degrees (F)!! Unfortunately we will only be there for three months as I have to come back here for chemotherapy to treat my blood problem. This will involve treatment for 6 months followed by maintenance for 2 years, so as you can imagine, our plans ...