Our overnight park in Newmarket proved to be a bit noisy, not unsafe, but noisy. Just people coming and going in the early hours, chatting away as you do when you have had a drink or two. It was free and convenient so you have to take the good with the bad.
Anyway we have no plans for Newmarket and continue our journey east.
We are soon on the A11 for Thetford, dropping in to the TNT office there to pick up a package and continuing on to Norwich. The english school holidays havn’t started yet, but the weekend traffic is very busy. Norwich is a small city and parking is very limited, so we head straight for the park-n-ride at Postwick on the eastern side of the city. We slide the Hymer into a safe spot and pay our £2.50pp return ticket and jump on the bus.
England play Sweden in the World Cup in two hours. Perhaps we need to find a pub stop for tonight. So we make our way back to the Hymer in double quick time.
Half an hour before the game, the pub is empty except for two local barflies. Within 15 minutes the pub is full of people and dogs.
After the game the afternoon crowd starts to thin, then slowly the pub fills again with people who have come for dinner. After our dinner with Iris and Michael we call it another excellent day of motorhoming adventures. One of the things we like most about motorhoming is not being exactly sure where the day will lead us.