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Kicking Back


We have been desperate for some time out & were so happy when a plan came together at the last minute...

This has been our base for the last few days.
A small apartment in a beautiful old house right in the middle of Bishop's Castle...

Above a fabulous cafe...

Such a quirky place...


With the tiniest of bathroom doorways...

Which Sime keeps banging his head on...

We are so happy to be having some time to ourselves... 
No work, no care giving, no responsibilities, no clock watching. 
Just doing exactly what we want to do, which so far has been perfect!!!

Kay & Sime
xx


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