We really enjoyed the hot weather at the start of the week, it was nice to have the doors and windows open, enjoy a cool breeze and benefit from the temperature difference in the shade and not be blasted with cold air from the air con.
Although temps did equal those in Dubai, the biggest difference was that ours were only for 2-3 days, not 2-3 months and the temperature in Dubai doesn't drop below 30c during the night. It's nice to experience though, but not to live in those temperatures full time, like we did.
196 Saturday Up early, dog walked and off to Bath for the day collecting MIL along the way. I was surprised at how quiet the M5/M4 junction was and Bath City Centre itself. Home around 5pm and evening spent watching the golf on TV.
197 Sunday We had a lie in till 8am which is good for us. I finished booking all our upcoming trips and sorting insurance out and did some general tidying up. We went out for coffee and a food shop. A friend came round in the afternoon/evening for a BBQ.
198 Monday A day of just pottering around and another BBQ for tea. I read a book and had a few cat naps. Took Bob down to the local stream in the evening.
199 Tuesday More pottering, packed for my trips away, started a new book, some blogging and was looking forward to the light rain in the early evening, but we only had 12 rain drops in an hour.
200 Wednesday Back to work via the swimming pool. It was enrichment day and I ended it doing some Bollywood dancing in the hall. Went to opticians for hospital referral for double and blurred vision. Evening spent round the neighbours folding their washing and popping balloons with the kids, then home to do the ironing and watch the tv.
201 Thursday Last day of term and the whole school walked the Malvern Hills, I walked with a colleague, chatting to students along the way. We covered 20,000 steps and it took 4 hours. Home to collect bags and a 4 hour drive to Southport for the golf. I wandered down to the Pier and bumped into a guy from Dubai who works with the tour over there. he wasn't here for the golf but with his family on a day trip, small world. I ate fish and chips for tea and bought some fudge, was asleep by 10pm.
202 Friday Woken at 4.30am by the seagulls, reminded me of living in South Africa with the Ha De Da dawn chorus. Back to sleep, then showered, out for a walk and coffee. I headed off to the golf early to collect my accreditation and sat and read my book until TV call time at 2pm. I finished at 8pm, soaked through and cold and had dinner at Wetherspoons, then back to the B&B showered and bed.
On the blog this week:
How much spare time I have and what I do in it.
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I thought of you when it started getting hot here and I looked at the temperatures in Dubai. lol It was far too hot for my liking.ReplyDelete
It sounds like a great week and a fantastic walk over the Malvern Hills. What a great Friday you had. x
It's been a very busy week all roundDelete
Exciting about the commonwealth games uniform arriving. Going from the golf to that must be fun (if a bit hectic). I just stayed indoors in the heat as it was too hot for me.ReplyDelete
So much going on at the moment, I don't know if I'm coming or goingDelete
Sounds like a busy week! Nice to get a walk on the hills...and well done on the 20000 steps. I barely manage 10k these daysReplyDelete
I barely manage 10ks most daysDelete
The nights were unbearable, no idea how you coped in Dubai! How exciting that your uniform has arrived, can't wait to see you wearing it! #project365ReplyDelete
aircon in Dubai is the only answer but it's noisy and chillyDelete
I found the heatwave enough for just 2-3 days, I can’t imagine coping with it for 2-3 months especially with such high night-time temperatures. Sitting in the paddling pool looks like a good way to cool down. Glad you’ve got your hospital referral for the double vision, hope you get some answers soon. #project365ReplyDelete