Maple Leaf Motel
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... The seats did not have their own individual screen but that was fine. I slept and read most of the trip. I must have read reviews from people who are used to traveling in first class. The only thing I did not understand was why I was not allowed to use my phone even if it was on airplane mode.
In 15 hours, I will be in Shanghai for a 17 hour layover before I head to Taiwan...
... incident. Really, it’s not nearly as scary as crawling down a steep, narrow, winding mountainside road. There’s no chance of falling off the edge anywhere and nobody’s going too terribly fast because they can’t - there’s too much traffic. The only thing that set my teeth on edge after that was the screeching kids camped beside me. Oh well, can’t always get a quiet, private campsite. Sometimes you just settle for level. ...
... had a drink at the restaurant on the river opposite her flat and then a lovely dinner.
August 5th - I drove to Grantchester, where my mother is buried, to see the tree and the plaque we had planted in her name. I took Caroline, the lovely woman who helped organize all this, out for lunch and then drove to Naseby to visit Bella and Ian (Bella is Kevin's cousin once removed). Their children Jonny and Gabe/Alex were there - Catherine (their daughter) ...
... Our hosts, Lorraine and Rob, kind and considerate and we enjoyed a lovely barbecue with them that evening. It turns out they are retired musicians. We told them about Tattletale Saints and they gave us one of their own cd's. We had fun. I think they did too. Oh John, I gave them one of your drum rolls and a symbol finish. We also had a visit from my brother's former wife ...
... stoppers in all the sinks we saw.
If I were to redo the packing for the same trip, I would:
- Bring more tissues. I only had a little pack with me, but constantly lost it (is it in my day pack? Luggage? Left it in the car?) and there was always a sneeze/spill/juicy orange that we needed to take care of.
- Bring more chargers and more adapters! Or less electronics!
- Bring one water bottle per person. I only brought one for Mark and I, but when I ...
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