Posted on October 16, 2018
I decided to change my running shoes as the ones I got last year are really for running on the road/paths, and I no longer do that – my running, even in the UK, is all trails.
So I picked up some rather snazzy Hoka One One (pronounced on-ey on-ey) which are more cushioned and also famously good for Achilles issues, and went out for some runs Read More
Posted on October 10, 2018
I decided that we needed to combine some exercise with lunch and some local history.
We’ve been here before when Henry was very small and Ella puked ice cream on the immaculately manicured lawns.
So Henry and I set off to walk the 2.5 miles from my parents house to Ightham Mote Read More
Posted on September 19, 2017
Sorry for the slight delay – I have succumbed to the rather nasty flu that is doing the rounds here in Perth..
I dropped the kids back off in Suffolk and said our goodbyes and given a minor miracle with the lack of weekend traffic, was back home in Kent nice and early with time to kill for a change.
The weather was beautiful so I decided to go for a run around Plaxtol. Read More
Posted on September 5, 2017
This is a simple post, with lots of pretty pictures 🙂
I got up early and went for an ambitious walk, through the footpaths and laneways of the places I know like the back of my hand from when I grew up.
Views for days, beautiful old buildings and the paths go on and on for as long as you can.
I was a beautiful day too. Was so perfect. So much so that I even ran back from where I ended up – 6km. Read More
Posted on September 3, 2017
We took the kids to a local indoor climbing place in Tonbridge – they have all these really cool climbing challenges for all sorts of levels of ability with a special ‘auto belay’ line thingo that means they can climb high without worrying about falling off; the thing always lowers you gently to the ground very cool and safe. Read More
Posted on October 8, 2016
As ever, all good things must come to an end – time was up and we had to pack up and go.
We went out for a little wander before I drove the kids off home and played ‘Pooh sticks’ off a bridge over a little brook
Simple things but such a lot of fun. Read More
Posted on September 4, 2016
Because of the injuries I picked up in the motorbike accident in November last year, I was unable to get back to England in the spring, so it had been a year since I saw the kids. I was really looking forward to this trip.
Having had bad experiences with Malaysia Airlines the last 2 times I flew with them, I paid a bit extra and booked with Singapore. Malaysia Airlines are struggling since they lost those 2 planes and it shows. Singapore Airlines never seem to have an issue with their schedules and thats what counts for me, sorry Malaysia Airlines!