RJ Brudenell (azoth) wrote,
RJ Brudenell

going home

We got up at 7am and talked for a while. Had breakfast at 8.30am which was bread, jam, chocolate and tea. The tea didn't brew though so it wasn't very nice. Eventually we got some Brooke Bond tea bags which made a great cup of tea!

After breakfast we took our bags and cases to the bus before having one last walk around.

The drive to the ferry was good and when we got there we had dinner in the park. Then it was time to get on the ferry.

The crossing took four hours and was fairly smooth.

I used up the last of my Francs on five packets of Jaffa Cakes which I ended up giving away.

We walked around the ferry and ended up in the arcade where we wasted loads of money on the games. Then we met Bruce Balden who commentated on the TV program 35up. We all pestered him for autographs

Bruce Balden

The coach journey was good and on the way we stopped at a service station where we were allowed to spend five pounds. I bought fish fingers and chips and a Coke Action Bottle.

I then called my Mum and let her know what time we'd be back.

When we got home we were an hour early and my parents had gone to take the dog for a walk. So I had to wait around for ages before they came to pick me up. Whilst we were waiting I asked Catherine out. She said yes.
Tags: bruce balden, france, george spencer

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