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... Plus both planes were decorated with Christmas deccorations, so we really started to get into the Christmas spirit!
Finally, at 8pm on Friday 7th December 2012 we walked through arrivals at London Heathrow, 392 days since we left last year. Both our families were there waiting for us, and it was a great welcome home, they were even armed with advent calenders for us to catch-up on! It's hard to believe it's been a year, we both said on the plane it ...
"Oh my goodness, this must be a typical autumn day. Just look and the wind and rain" laments Cecilia. "I'm glad I brought my wooly underwear!"
“Just kidding. Can you still get wooly underwear?”
We take the M20 motorway through attractive hilly countryside hardly seen through ...
... the five "Cinque Ports" of South-East England created in 1155 by King Henry II. Due to silting of the River Stour, Sandwich is now two miles from the sea and is no longer a significant port.
Somehow or other our little group gets separated in this small town, considered as one of the best preserved medieval towns in England. Margarita and I wander ...
... we are here to attend the morning service”
“You are a bit early for that. It’s not until 11:00. Come by at 10:30 and you’ll be able to get in.”
Canterbury. The city dates from AD 597, when St. Augustine was sent by the pope as a missionary to Britain. Construction of the present cathedral was started in 1070.
We wander down the ...
... advice is expedient.
It’s easy to find our way to Maidstone, but difficult to navigate the city streets. One false turn ends us up in the paid parking lot for the neighbouring shopping precinct. Not to worry. As well as getting our supplies at the supermarket, we also get to tour the rather scruffy mall.
When we get ...