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... br> We also had a look over Lord Nelsons Ship....a real man of war vessel ..guns every where.
The day out also included a harbour cruise.
That night we visited a country pub before going to the Cricketers for Dinner
Next Day after lunch Mike Led us Heathrow to drop off the hire car then catch our flight to Bangkok.
Overall we had 2 very good days. It was great to see Mike and Heather again.
... A few tears were shed by mum and daughter. Joel and Hannah set off for their accommodation near the airport so that Joel could get him self set up for a phone interview for a job. Tomorrow they will drop the car off in London and find themselves some accommodation for a couple more nights as Joel has another interview on Monday and will be catching up with their German friend, Denise who they ...
27th August Left Melbourne for Hong Kong 9 hour flight. Watched 6 episodes of Mr Selvedge. Long flight didnt sleep at all. Arrive in Hong Kong around 9pm and caught the next flight to London at midnight. 14 hours. Watched the next 3 episodes of Mr Selvedge and a few movies. Slept a little after a few glasses of wine. Cathay Pacific food and service not that good but okay. Would probably go with another airline next ...
... s in refurbished wedding chair. It was unbelievable...the woman loved her job and you can tell! We took a picture with Sandra when we left and she offered us her contact information if we ever needed housing upon visiting England again. Such a sweetheart:
Then we made our way back to the train to head back to prepare a meal for Moody and Apinall!!
Dinner was lovely with ...
... ancestors were baptised, married and buried. The quaint little church has been very well preserved.
I went to the county records office in Winchester, and viewed microfiche parish records of many of my ancestors. This was possible because Keith (mum's brother, now deceased) undertook extensive family history research in the 1980s and 1990s. Therefore I had all the names and dates, which made it very easy to just look for the original parish register ...