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Homeward Bound

It’s time to leave the land of Shakespeare and JK and fly home. The days have passed so quickly, and although I’ve done zero writing, I have kept up with suite work (thanks to the Wild Strawberry Café in Woodbridge). I’ve also drank pots of tea and tasted some really good local Suffolk beer – so happy.

It’s Christmas here – lights up, store windows decorated, making me think that when I get home, I have to go into ‘Santa mode…’ According to stats, women (on average) do about 300 hours of Christmas related, extra work leading up to the 25th…I plan to quarter that, but still…

Besides Christmas, it’s all about Wills and Kate…and I mean the papers are saturated. Had enough of that, for the time being.

Completely missed London this time 😦

Oh well, it’s been a really wonderful trip and once again, no jet lag. Here’s hoping it’s the same when I get home.

The Book Exchange at the Wild Strawberry: Woodbridge UK

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Wi Fi in Woodbridge, UK – A Place for Online Writers

Once a year, I visit my aunt in Woodbridge, Suffolk and once a year I try to do a shout out for the best internet café, based on good food, location and free Wi fi. For the second year in a row, The Wild Strawberry Café wins, hands-down.
I’m here now, and this is where I can be found most mornings, so if there are any suite writers in the area, contact me and we’ll meet over delicious coffee and tasty treats.

It’s located at the top of Market Hill near the church, and although the Wi Fi is free, they do ask for a small contribution (a pound) for the use of power, should you need to plug in.

Lots of cafés in Woodbridge don’t have internet, or it they do, they charge for it, so this is a good find. Other places are so busy that one feels guilty taking up a table for long than ten minutes. The staff here are nice too!

So, that’s my tip of the day.

PS: It’s foggy and cold here and I need a woolly hat!

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