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Nice service, great location. Fair price. Definitely recommend.
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... a guide who was a Roman specialist and retired archaeologist who had been part of the BBC Time Team. Fascinating. Lunch was in Northleach, at the Wheatsheaf Inn, recommended by a local lad John got chatting to in the street. Another glorious day, as we are in the middle of an unexpected English heatwave. We sat in the courtyard and enjoyed delicious food with the obligatory pint. We walked most of it off in the grounds ...
... that the miners and gay community went through, we had come to understand that our challenges, entirely of our own making, were as naught by comparison. Debby was refreshed and we both realised how lucky we were. To be gay in the 1908's (or now?) or a miner striking for a year, these were challenges of an entirely different magnitude. We think what we're doing is tough but we have chosen it and can change it at will. However, of course it is our will that makes ...
... frustrated me because I let a "sugar ****" slip. Tom and Pete thought that was the funniest thing ever, and I haven't heard the end of it since.
When I got back to Pembroke Natalie had the idea to go hang out at the pub for a while, so I went with her, Kate, Lauren, and Greg the Med Sci teacher and chatted for a while. It was fun, but it suddenly occurred to me that it is midnight and I have to be up by 6:45 for shift, so I left. Ugh.
... since he loves to rap. Kate got one about the 2008 US election, since she loves politics, and Emma got a book about Shakespeare. It was so cool how Michael took the time get to know each of us enough to choose something that we would each love.
Natalie and I gave Larry his Prince Harry mask, and for the rest of the night we all took turns putting it on and scaring each other with it. It really is a horrible mask. I scared Natalie with it at one ...
... when the sun went down. Its funny how the weater can change the atmosphere of things so quickly.
After our ferry ride it was time to head back home and prepare for the next day at work. Out mini break was just what the doctor had ordered and I'm pleased I have made the effort to start discovering whats on my doorstep, after all I have the chance to visit places that people back home dream of.
It's only three weeks until my next weekend trip away to Geneva...watch this space!