18.10.06

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I´m a bit aghast at the amount of emails on my inbox, and the millions of deadlines I have to meet for Friday. So before I´m sucked into the maelstrom, I just want to say I´ve had a great time. Unlimited supplies of salt and vinegar crisps, double decker buses, and a Hockney exhibition, who could ask for more?
There have also been pints and shooting pool, walks by the sea, lots of browsing in second hand bookshops, and yes, fish and chips. Dinner with friends, crab cakes, sausages for breakfast, and delicious crispy apples munched in the park. I really don´t know why England has such a bad reputation when it comes to food.
More tomorrow,
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9 comentarios:

Ellie dijo...

Welcome back! Can't wait to read more of your English adventures :)

kickpleat dijo...

ooh, sounds like fun (the trip and not the piles of work). i can't wait to hear all about it!

jules dijo...

welcome home..salt&vinegar is soo the best flavour in crisps

xps dijo...

bienvenida darling!

Guru dijo...

Welcome back! It´s nice to know you had a great time. I´ve missed you!

Take it easy!

(I also love salt&vinegar chips)

LE BLOG dijo...

Yo siempre he defendido la comida británica, y la gente me miraba con asombro. También he de confesar que me encantaba comer en los aviones. (La mueca de asombro se agranda)

Petite Guitar dijo...

Good to see the Lobster back at last to amuse our kitchens with salt & vinegar chips fairy tales...

Anónimo dijo...

Welcome back, can't wait to hear more about it.
And hope you don't get snowned under by all your work.

Paulova dijo...

Welcome back! I'm afraid I'm one of those people who don't really enjoy English food... Except for Jacket potateos (or however you spell that!;-)) and pints and scones with butter and marmelade... But really glad you enjoyed your stay!Good luck with the work!

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