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Leaving Dover at 9am, we struggled through the English traffic to Milton Keynes, and Bletchley Park.
A lot of work has gone into making this a worthwhile place to visit, and on the whole it works. The kids found the multimedia guides interesting, and there were enough interactive exhibits (even if some of them didn't entirely work) to keep them interested.
Lunch, and off home!
All the animals seem well, phew.
So today we had a full day of classes talking about political strategies and determining realist theories of foreign policy. But the good news is: no classes tomorrow! Because we have no classes tomorrow, we all decided to have a fun night out and go to a famous pub in Oxford for pub trivia.
We decided on going to the Eagle and Child, a former haunt of Tolkien and CS Lewis. About 30 people showed up for pub trivia and half of them ...
... but there is something highly important yet utterly embarrassing to share, so we slip into a secret conversation consisting of various hand gestures and Jibberish. I'm moody, she plays 'Blurred Lines'. She's sad, we spoon. And if you know me that's something I can't do with just anybody.
Part of me wonders if this is me coming out but I can assure you. It isn't. It was four months of concentrated Emilitty and it was quite ...
... part of the house dates back to 1490 with the "new" addition being 200 years old. The house has quite a colourful past and was owned by one of Oliver Cromwell's closest friends at the time of the beginning of the civil war so Cromwell might well have visited (bet he didn't have as many laughs as us though!!) Definitely time for a rest on our return to Birmingham. Except that there was a large "artsfest" on in town and we wandered along the next day to ...
Tonight we went to the Old Vic Theatre and saw the British Comedy "Noises Off" as our first selection for our British Drama class. We stood at the Box Office at 10:00am so we could get the cheapest tickets available. 12 pounds for restricted view seating! The play has been hailed as one of the funniest british plays ever written and has been playing since 1982. It definitely did not disappoint. It kept us laughing from start to finish and we all ...