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trip, and we had a great time, although I think we were a bit unlucky to catch a spell of not such good weather. We have learnt a lot, like the areas which we like best and which places are likely to get consistently dry warm weather. We tried lots of different campsites and now have an idea which sort best suit our needs.
We enjoyed our month away and will probably do it again next year, bur most likely for a bit longer...... !
... felt off and the water is coming in. And we will have time to visit Livvy again and see the grandchildren. Doctors and dentists are sorted. Can't wait for a definite date - all our clothes are in crates in the bedroom, waiting to be put into Monty. And all the weight we lost in the summer seems to have crept on over Christmas. And my Christmas pressie was a set of fiberglass awning pegs and accessories. David's was a cordless screwdriver to drive ...
... us breakfast Giles called, so I had a good chat to him. Then we sat down to a yummy breakfast of bacon, eggs, baked beans and toast. After breakfast we went down to the beach and to a cafe called the Lobster Pot where we had a coffee. Val then dropped us off at the train station and we caught the midday train back to London Victoria. It was lovely to spend some time with Val, even if it was short, and for her and Jodi ...
... very big drums by the sound of it. I have no idea why or what this about (something to do with Diwali perhaps?) but it involved two loud men with microphones chanting and an army of drummers following them through the streets of Delhi. Nice touch that. So both me and Matt (sorry myself and Matt haha, yep still insane) suitably well rested (seething with sarcasm that one) got up and wolfed down some breakfast then it was time to show Matt a site in Delhi. I decided on the Jama Masjid as ...
... A mixture of nice food, beach walks, haircuts and bowling. I finally met Anna's friends as we caught up for a belated french birthday dinner followed by some ten pin bowling. We were lucky to be driven back to Guildford through the tunnel, but only after being hassled at the border control.
A week later Anna was off to London for a few nights, so rather being couped up in Guildford I took the advantage of seeing a friend near Luton for those few nights.