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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...... !
... incredible hospitality. We were totally wooed by India; its colours, smells, smiles and chaotic charm. The Golden Temple stands out as our favourite site, closely followed by the Taj at Agra. So many memories for us to savour; we now know why our daughters, Lucy and Ella, so loved their respective trips to India. We have vowed to return. We chilled out largely in Sri Lanka and loved our time at KK especially when we took off on our own to ...
... by half time and decided to head off home. After all it is about 9:30 by now.
Chappy still hasn't got his head around the indicators on the left of the steering wheel instead of the right and to our great amusement cleans the windscreen about a dozen times on the way home. And I wont even mention the burnt clutch. Anyway we are tucked up in bed just after 11:00pm - ready for another big game tomorrow at Longparish.
... We decided it'd be best to head straight to the Eiffel Tower to try and get some photos before it started raining. The weather there was so patchy, it would be raining and not a speck of blue in the sky and then within 20 minutes being clear again and this was the case pretty much the whole time we were there. We got some clear weather at the Eiffel Tower and took some photos. We also saw the Arc De Triomphe, the Notre Dame Cathedral, the Seine ...
... through and I'd had to spend money renting a holiday cottage, my original thoughts of perhaps spending the Christmas period in a hotel by the sea began to look like a very costly option, so I decided fairly early on to return to Northdown.
I'm really not at all fond of Christmas, for a variety of reasons not really relevant to this blog, so the chance to spend it in somewhere that I felt comfortable and at ease and where I ...