Days Inn Milton Keynes East - M1
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Firstly, only fair full disclosure is maintained. Sure the blame spills mainly my way but as you need to appreciate, the travellers (and hosts) also have a finger in the pie as well. The ease in which days roll into each other has the effect that you really have not a great care as to what the actual day is, just holiday is generally good enough. Debra and I have been corresponding and planning out the early stages of our last stages, I in turn read out the emails and keep the others ...
... our friends and family including a big leaving do on the 12th October which will involve quite a fair bit of drinking. (Already regretting the hangover the following day). Things will most defo get MESSY!!! So as the 3 weeks from now count down, we still have a fair bit to sort out and lot of people to spend time with, although its very exciting it will become clear soon enough that we will miss each and everyone of ...
Sunday the 22nd of
September – today I have
caught up with my log for the first time since Tuesday – not an
easy task the day after a wedding, but a good one to have behind me.
breakfast earlier and it is now midday – many of the wedding guests
will join Craig and Ali here for lunch before they leave for their
Maldives honeymoon. We are staying here another night and going to
... will be negligible.
The reaction I keep getting when I tell someone where I'm going and that I'm going on my own falls into one of two camps; there's the 'omg you're mental!' side (said with raised eyebrows while thinking that I'm clearly going to be kidnapped on arrival and kept chained to a radiator in a shack halfway up a mountain while demands are sent offering me as swapsies for the Falkland Islands - the more observant among you ...
... by the way, one of my favourite things about the UK is how easy and cheap it is to catch a train, pretty much from anywhere to anywhere. Arriving in Bourne End on the train was good fun - a good number of the Five Find-outers books began with one of the children, Fatty (and no, despite the "heathrow injection" I did NOT feel like a "Fatty" thank you very much!) arriving at that very train ...