The New Flying Horse
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... er jet lagged ) so decided to stop and pick up some delicious treats to pick on before having an early night.
Most of us never made it. Caroline and Lloyd headed upstairs for a little nap and surfaced the next morning and Richard ended up snoozing on the settee without even getting to bed. Hyper me got to raid the fridge and enjoy the fruits of our labour while the whole house slept.
A memorable day!!
... the bathroom. I hesitate every time I go in there and feel the need to double check to make sure it is indeed the light! ---------------------- Today, Colin and Cheryl's friend Dave, a train conductor, kindly invited us onto a train to show us the driver's area, and the switching booth. Very very interesting tour. And very comforting to see how many back up systems are in place in case of human error! [John: The old train ...
Mum was getting on in years - 87 last February - so I have always tried to program a few days with her at the beginning or end of a trip. This time it was to be the first week of my 3 week jaunt to Norway and Istanbul. I arrived as planned on Monday 9 March with flowers, her favourite undyed smoked haddock and a box of violet cream chocolates to tempt her jaded appetite. She had an appointment that day to have ...
... flat, but not so easy on the Camino Primitivo, which hardly has any flat bits and goes over 1000m several times.
The Camino Frances – which I walked in 2010 - is a great cultural experience with lots of churches to visit. The Primitivo is more of a scenic experience also with lots of churches – but nearly everyone locked, but lots of fantastic scenery. There are far fewer people walking the Primitivo. On the second last day I saw no other ...
... to avoid the M25 traffic jams. We eventually got home about 9.30pm.
We have driven about 1200 miles since we left home, 980 of those in France.
We spent around 250 euros on fuel, 284 euros on site fees, 300 euros on food and incidentals, so managed to bring some money back home out of our 1200 euros original budget. We enjoyed nearly every minute of the trip and would certainly do it again.