Farnham House Hotel
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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!
... I learned that as often as I get anxious, I also often have optimism that it will all work out. I learned that there are literally friends everywhere. I learned people are almost always willing to help you in some form if you just ask. I also learned a lot of people need help from you too, if you just give. I learned I love a good shower and I do enjoy not wearing flip flops in every shower. I learned I can pretty much sleep anywhere now, from train station floors ...
... the human sat-nav - over 3000km travelled following the AA map without one argument, well about directions anyway! I will miss many things, but one of my strongest memories is the slightly rushed, manic family BBQs we had at the end of many busy days; trying to keep Emma in one place and encourage both girls to eat up the meat and over ripe avocados at the same time as drinking (usually at pace) some ...
... Twickenham Stadium, go to Jamie Oliver's restaurant and do a sushi cooking class, go to markets, parks, day trips to Cambridge and so much more. After living in London and doing lots of little trips, we got the travel bug. So we moved out of our house and quit our jobs and from mid July to December we are traveling non stop. First stop Morocco then Spain and Portugal. (just to start). Hopefully we will keep these blogs coming but we are a little behind. Until next ...
... on what court. On the third day you line up to receive a court card and finally if you make it that far you can purchase your ticket. In all honesty it’s a fantastic system because it gives every day people the opportunity to get great seats. However you don’t know who will be playing on the day that you line up for; as it depends on the match results and the drawer. We chose the final Monday, which is the final round before the finals.