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Goodbye, London!

The last thing I remember our dear friends Ben and Michelle doing before they left London, was sitting in our lounge room, waiting until it was time to go to the airport for their flight. Ben was investing the time

Posted in life in the uk, uk

Chipotle – finally!

If you asked practically anyone to list the best things about the USA, I have little doubt they’d say something along the lines of: The Cookes Chipotle Barack Obama Root beer And given that you can buy root beer at

Posted in food, restaurants, uk

Changing of the guard

Almost three years living in London, and we still hadn’t seen the changing of the guard! Well, all that changed yesterday when we met up with Weezy and Kylie outside Buckinghuge Palace to see what it’s all about. It was

Posted in gardners, life in the uk, sightseeing, uk

Mountain Biking

Last time that Nick, Suzie and I went mountain biking in the New Forest we had such an awesome time that we all resolved to do it again. And this weekend, to make the most of an amazing spring Saturday,

Posted in bicycle, gardners, lewiseseses, uk, zeebs

The Lake District

As predicted, we enjoyed a lovely four-day weekend in The Lake District with Stacey and Wes! Our drive up was fairly uneventful, save for the double caramel latte that Mr Fool at Costa thought I wanted. And the look he

Posted in geocaching, long weekend, uk, westace

Off to the lovely Lake District

We will be spending our lovely four-day weekend in a lovely cottage called

Posted in long weekend, racey, uk

Farewell Shan!

It’s with much sadness that we say “Farewell” to our dear friend Shannon, who has headed back home to the lovely warm beaches of Australia. After the winter that we’ve had here, we can’t say that we blame her, though

Posted in uk

The Uffington White Horse

England has quite the collection of murals of horses on hillsides, and the oldest of these is the Uffington White Horse. No-one seems to know precisely how old it is, but Wikipedia puts it at over 3,000 years! We ventured

Posted in sightseeing, uk

Partridges Food Market

I had never heard of the Partridges Food Market until Saturday morning when Kristy suggested we go and check it out. So check it out we did, and it’s awesome! We turned up around 2 PM, and we were both

Posted in everyday life, food, uk

Ripley’s

Believe it or not, the last thing on Lauren’s “to-do” list for London was to visit Ripley’s. Though I’ve never had a desire to go there myself, I’d be lying if I said that I’d never been a little bit

Posted in sightseeing, uk, visitors

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