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... and mint matchmakers!
Anyways, that's enough for a first post. Hopefully we'll post a few more updates as it gets closer to the big day so that people know how we're doing. The plan at the moment is to arrange a bit of a leaving party for all our friends to come down and see us off so once we know a date we'll spread the word!
Take care all!
... off with a "G" or a "K". This would hopefully save us time having to both write the same things in two separate blogs.
So yes, Christmas is on the way and in between planning our very low key presents we're trying our best to get organised for the big day (Feb 3rd, not the J-man's birthday). We have a pretty hefty 'to do' list involving lots of annoying tasks like address changing. We're weighing up the idea of paying £15 to have the Royal ...
... it to the computer and added it. Easy enough. Next, how about a location? Well, hopefully if things have been successful we should have a location added to this blog once it's posted and early tests show that there is indeed a location pinned to a world map. This also draws a line between posts in chronological order. I'm hoping that as an Android user that there will be an Android app for this blog in due course ...
... land rises inland toward the South Downs. And I met up on two days with friends made last Christmas on the Walking Women holiday.
It was fun in spite of the RAIN. It rained about five of the seven days I was there, and was chilly and windy sometimes too. Oh well, it’s getting to be winter. Bet the weather back in Victoria is similar.
The Lanes and North Laine areas of town were abuzz with ...
... 8217;s residence along with the Abbey of St Michael.
We walked around the old medieval city with its lovely painted buildings. I was in Lyn’s backpack and enjoyed a good view. There was a busy market in one of the city platz with most fresh fruit and veg. Most of the old city is on an island in the river with the cathedral and the Abbey on the hillside above.
Unfortunately the Cathedral was closed the day we visited so we could only visit ...