After another restful night we breakfasted then went to the m second morning service (11 a.m.) at Rugby Christian Fellowship, where Carol and Iain are active members.
In the afternoon, Iain went to collect their grandson and my great-nephew Aaron from Leicester as he was travelling down from Sheffield by train. The evening was spent playing Rummikub (Aaron clearly a black belt 7th dan player), triominoes and Mexican Train dominoes.
Monday was a travel day. Leaving Rugby just after 10 a.m. it was just a case of getting down to Dover for the 3 p.m. check-in. This was accomplished with 20 minutes to spare, after the obligatory hour or so spent on London’s biggest car park (the M25), and the ferry departed just after 4 p.m. to arrive in Dunkirk 2 hours later at 7 p.m.
It was then a simple matter (this time) to drive to the ibis Budget and check in. Then it was over to the Auchan hypermarket for dinner at the Flunch (lunch at the Flunch would have sounded much better).
After that, tiredness set in (I was too tired to even read my book, never mind update the blog) so it was an early (comparatively!) night for me.