Category Archives: Brussells 2003

Smoked breakfast

Unfortunately Mirinda’s book lived up to its hype and she subsequently didn’t turn the light off until 4:30am. Also we’ve kept the air conditioning on at 16° every night because the road is too busy to open the window and … Continue reading

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Europe in one go

Awake at 8:30 to witness the dance of the footpath builders. A truck of sand and a grader outside our window are involved in the re-creation of the footpath which has the road blocked in one direction. This is fine … Continue reading

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Tended by angels

Lovely sunny morn to begin with – at least out of the very long windows of our room. I was up at 8:30 after a lovely uninterrupted sleep. Mirinda woke at 10 and we went for our doughnut breaky. Today’s … Continue reading

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Santa is an anagram of Satan

I woke up at seven, looked at the clock, chuckled and resumed my snooze. Then I woke at eight, made a coffee and woke up properly, waiting for Mirinda to emerge from sleep’s sweet cocoon, which she did at 10:15. … Continue reading

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Followed by cows

Not a good start! According to the taxi driver, trains out of Alton are not very reliable today. Apparently a train stalled at Holybourne tunnel last night – boy was I lucky – and passengers had to walk to the … Continue reading

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