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Feb 16, 2016 - One Year Anniversary

Well its been 12mths away from home and we have had such an amazing time. Cant believe that we have been away so long - We went out to the local Chinese restaurant to celebrate!!!!! Tomo said his highlight was going to Cars land in America Ollie loved his birthday in LEGOLAND in Denmark Gee loved the Paris cooking class and the whole of Paris Now we are truly living an English lifestyle and the kids have picked up an English accent. Ollie had a fundraiser at school where they served Tea and Scones to the parents - they made nearly 200...

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Mar 28, 2015 - Home Alone

We have spent last week living the life of the English with Aunty Kerry and Uncle Phill but now they have left us alone in their wonderfully warm house for a spot of skiing in France. So we have a big party planned for tonight - the disco lights will be on and the wine will be flowing - Thanks Phill!!! I thought I would type up some of the kids journal entries over the last couple of days. Here is Ollie's from 26th March Today we went to Izzy and Theos school. I played on the playground and went on an easter egg hunt- the word was happy...

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Mar 22, 2015 - The Kitcheners

So wonderful to be here with the Kitcheners - Thank you for having us. We have been spoilt - An amazing house with lovely warm floors. And Dinner cooked everynight - we wont want to leave. Even the nightly floor shows are fantastic (thanks uncle phill) - Love the disco lights. Phill and Kerry have done an amazing job on making their home here and we had a brilliant day exploring Hereford which is about 20mins from their home in Woolhope. Its such a lovely town and is exactly what I thought the English country side would look like. We even...

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Dec 25, 2008 - Christmas on a farm

We left London on the evening of the 23rd for the drive to Dukes farm. This was our home for the next 5 days. Dukes Farm is situated in Herefordshire about 3 hours north west of London (close to the Welsh border). The farm is a sheep farm and the owners have converted 3 of their barns into rented accommodation. We arrived about 10pm, unpacked and settled in. The farm is on the side of a valley with spectacular views of the hills and mountains and surrounding area so the next morning I went with Dave, Katie & Tara for a walk up the...

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