Easter Break In A Nutshell

Rucksack packed and ready to roll...

Have been in the English countryside for the past four days. Had internet but no connectivity in the first place we stayed. At the next place I was just too tired to do any blogging about the happenings and events since I headed towards East Anglia. Must be the great outdoors that’s just making me feel so relaxed to do anything like sitting at a computer.

Drove up to Cambridgeshire on Thursday night – 1 April, 2010 – no April Fools Day joke! Left home at about 9.00pm arriving at Swaffham Bulbeck at about 10.30pm. Room was great – warm, inviting and very clean. The best in my opinion, which welcomed us to Cambridgeshire.

Our Easter programme began on Good Friday with two Church services at two different parts of Cambridgeshire. Then Saturday was spent at two different places too. We criss-crossed from Huntingdon in Cambridgeshire to Stowmarket in Suffolk. Then we had dinner and spent the night in Stow-cum-Quy (pronounced kai).

Today, Church service in the morning at Chesterton then lunch at Lode and headed towards Essex.

So far so good. The weather has been kind to us and we know what a truly blessed Easter break we are having thus far.   Eventful, happy, exciting and restful days.

Watch this space for more stories on the way…I’m back online! Yippeee!

Daffodils in the yard on a sunny Good Friday morning.

Wishing you a Happy Easter. When hunting for Easter eggs don’t forget the Easter story. The greatest story ever told.

Author: islandmeri

Life is a journey which I enjoy. Here I share my passion for helping others, music, ideas, inspiring things, and interesting places and people. It's my cool hangout.

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