Farnham House Hotel
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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... looked like the wall was full of yeast and had puffed out like risen bread dough.
From there we carried on down the road to Nana and her partner R's new bungalow, a place I hadn't been to yet because I was still in Ecuador when they moved. I got a good look round the place and we had a lovely dinner together. Special mention to Nana's signature pineapple upside-down pudding!
... surreal, in a matter of days I will be able to hold my son Ashley in my arms again for the first time in 15months. Our journey to the other side of the world shall be a wonderful, exciting yet scary one, but all joyful experiences to come. Next stop, Singapore! ✈️✈️✈ ...
... is Crater Lake, Oregon Tasting wine in Sonoma, California Crossing the Golden Gate Bridge Driving down California 1, hugging the Pacific coast Touring Paramount Studios Above all it's been the people I've travelled with, stayed with, and met and chatted to along the way that's made these 40 days so special. Roll on Monday 16 December, when I leave for the Southern Hemisphere. Guy Fairbank 19 October 2013 ...
... tents and I can confirm that having 500 tents so close together is a complete disaster. People snoring, people laughing, drunken people arriving home and making a racket and people cooking bacon and eggs early in the morning and not sharing. I think it would be fair to say that not one person got a good night’s sleep that night.
The third and final day had arrived! We had officially made it and it was announced that we would be seeing ...
... of roasting coffee. Perhaps another time?
We walked back down to Highgate Station. - this at least was familiar - with the shops on the other side of the road still looking much the same as I remembered architecturally. Goodness knows which one was the bakery where I worked when we first arrived.
The tube station looked much brighter than I remembered - it was a very deep tunnel and had always smelt of asbestos because the trains had to brake ...