St Mary's Gate Inn
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... d arrived and we’d feared that the house would be very crowded, however, it hadn’t been, so we had been able to take our time and enjoy our visit.
It was yet another nice day when we made the much longer trip to visit the house where Rudyard Kipling had lived from 1902 till he died in January 1936. Kipling had been born and Indiain 1865 and sent to England for his schooling, after which he returned to India for some time. Then he came back ...
... being within the monastery grounds. It is into these places that the tenant farmers and others brought the hay or goods with which they were paying their tithe (a rent or tax on the land they farmed) that they owed the monastery.
Finally we arrived back in Arundel where poor, long suffering Heather greeted us with an enthusiasm I’m sure we don’t deserve, and a lovely cup of tea that we were all in much need of.
© Lynette Regan 11th July ...
... plan had been to take an early ferry the following morning from Dunkerque to Dover but by the time L got the internet in the Auchan shopping centre in Dunkerque it was too late to get a discounted fare so we had an extra day in France while the rain continued to tip down. D had checked out a couple of options for something to do that day but it was far too wet.
We arrived back in England, still raining and made our way to Heathers.
... 8217;t think of them at present.
We made it back safely to the UK so things aren’t all that bad after all, just very frustrating and Central Asia will have to wait for next year, too late in the season now even if the car gets fixed quickly.
I have added a few videos, they are long and boring I fear but we don't have a means of editing them. They will however, give you some idea of the road conditions.
© Lynette Regan September 9, 2013
We REALLY wanted to get up early this morning and get in to London, but it felt too much like a school morning frankly. Cathy getting her kids organised for school, screaming at them like I would. :) We managed to dash out the door at 9:20am (which I didn't think was too bad on holidays), drove to Brookwood station and nearly had a heart attack when the train tickets cost £41 for me and the kids!! And that was just returns for them as they are free on the tube. Oh dear. We got in ...