The White Horse Inn
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Sadly we cannot take the Mazda bongo with us. We will have no base vehicle, we will be relying on Trains, Planes and buses. Our accommodation will have to be cheap as we can find. Hostels, motels maybe even a tent!.
When planning a world trip, with such a big canvas what do you see and what do you leave out. First it has to be what you instinctively want to ...
... of Savona. It is a pleasant town so we were very happy, but extremely hot in the 34 degree sun. Back on the ship, we were invited to join a couple, John and Mick (we think Michelle) along with another 6 passengers, for dinner. It was a celebration of their 200th day of cruising with Saga. The maitre d' kindly organised a celebration cake for them. It was a lovely evening and brought to a close a splendid ...
... were on the map and he was told, "hmmm if you're going to Canterbury I wouldn't start here!!" We did find route no 1 eventually - one NCR sign had been covered by a circus poster and another later on was covered by a 'party here' sign!
We travelled along a lovely quiet country lane and had a good chat with another couple on their bikes Chris and the man were so busy chatting they missed the NCR sign. After they left us we saw ...
... mix of, when I first ever moved to Australia in year 8 for boarding school, pre-Timbertop marathon jitters (the competition killed me!), waking up each morning to commence the days walk on the Razor Viking hike (who I completed with Adelaide Darling, Kate McGeoch, Camilla A'beckett and Pepi Hosking) and this painful excitement swelling in the pit of my gut the ties in quite nicely. I am using the specific descriptions to describe how I am feeling because I want you ...
... along the paths. The gardens were of course magnificent.
Thursday we visited the home of Charles Darwin. He was quite a family man with 10 children of which 7 survived. His home was always filled with the laughter of children. His wife was a Wedgewood (as in china) and his first cousin. He was not healthy and stayed home after his voyage on the Beagle to write his book "On the Origin of Species". He ...