I made a Pokemon Mario Kart Course called Pokemon Palace in the morning, and we watched an X-Men episode. After that, we went to Hedingham Castle and Park. It was awesome. I took some photos, which I’ll maybe share with you soon. My favourite part was the valley walk! We didn’t have lunch until about 2 oclock, so we were pretty hungry. We had for our lunch a turkey, mint and pickle sandwich with vegetable crisps. After Lunch, we went to Melford Park. Amazingly, a Red Admiral landed right on my shoulder and stayed there for about a minute!! Back at the Holiday Home, we ordered an Indian Curry. We had a prawn dish with a creamy sauce which obviously contained milk, but never mind (Rafe didn’t like that- because he hates seafood, but… all the more for us!), a red-hot chicken curry with tomato sauce, some small pieces of Okra, some popadoms and some Raita which me and Dad made ourselves in the holiday home’s kitchen while Mum and Rafe were out picking up the take-away. Before bed time, we played a game of Hangman, which was really fun too.
The worst thing that happened in the whole day was that I cut myself on the stippled wall; and that’s a minor issue. So If that’s the worst that’s happened, that just shows you how good the day must have been
Do you like the idea? I thought I could also do this Poll Carnival with polls from all different people. So, give me some links to your polls or poll posts, and I’ll use them in the next poll carnival!!
When I mentioned Turkish Curry in my poll here, not many people knew what I meant.
Turkish Curry is a recipe from a book we’ve got with 100s of Curries in it. This Turkish Curry is made up of lovely plumped up apricots and sultanas, with a spicy tomato and chunks of delicous succulent lamb (I looove lamb :-)) It has lots of spice in it: