England

Good Old Blighty!

So four weeks after hitting the UK we were getting sick of hanging around London like a bad smell. Then suddenly we got THE CALL.
Our troopy had docked at Southampton Port 4 days earlier and customs had just cleared it for collection. What a game changer! The thought that the vehicle that we had poured our lives into was waiting for us just 87 miles away was fantastic.

Finally after a month without being able to drive himself around Jerome has his freedom back!

Finally after a month without being able to drive himself around Jerome has his freedom back!

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D-Day 70th Anniversary, Duxford UK

After weeks of being cooped up in Jess’s dad’s apartment we needed a break from all the visas and other paperwork we’d been slogging our guts out with.  Jess though that I’d enjoy checking out the Royal Airforce museum at Duxford. She decided to google it one afternoon to find that the 70th anniversary of D-Day was that weekend. She was excited to tell me as I love all the old WW2 war planes. After she showed me the website I was well impressed, not only did they have loads of operational WW2 planes but there were D-Day exhibitions of all the vehicles and equipment used during the invasion.

B-17 Flying Fortress flown over from the states. Lots of other fighters lined up in the background

B-17 Flying Fortress flown over from the states. Lots of other fighters lined up in the background

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First few weeks in London

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We decided to keep it pretty low key in London. Mainly because Jess lived here, I’ve been here before and its expensive. So not so much of the touristy stuff that you would usually expect.

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