Folly Farm Cottage
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Up and out for breakfast at Trinity...then back to the hotel to finish our packing and catch the 747 bus to the airport. We were there in good time but the flight was delayed by over an hour so we had the "pleasure" of sitting in Dublin airport's Ryanair wing for an hour ...
... parts. On leaving there our next stop was the beautiful village of Bibury & Arlington Row. Getting good at parking out of town & walking in now ( which is what we did on this Occassion. A gentle wander through this Cotswold village was just beautiful. Deciding on an early dinner at a pub on way back to our accommodation & a walk through Chipping Campden was a fitting end to a wonderful day. ...
... with red being the final exam for the session, and a signal that partying is about to follow.This kind of deeply historical practice is no doubt the inspiration for many Hogwarts traditions.
Anyway, lunch by the river was delightful and after a brief return to James's office at Student Services, I was off to see Rahul Nath, son of much missed colleague, Rabindra Nath.
When Rahul started as a scholarship awarded international doctoral student at ...
... getting sick, so that is all I care about. Dinner was really fun. I sat with Will, Ruth, Emma, Tom, and Andy, and then the other end of our table with Erica, Kelly, Kelly's husband, Natasha, and Luke our Pop Culture as Knowledge teacher. Larry and Pete came over and joined us for a bit, and Larry was his hysterical self as usual, amplified by the fact that he hasn't slept since Thursday. Luke taught Erica and Kelly how to play a game ...
... Kristi read a post on TripAdvisor that was very helpful trying to learn to drive on the opposite side: the driver should always be next to the center line. It's especially useful in making turns so you don't switch
mid-intersection. We programmed the GPS to Oxford and started out. It was so weird. I'm glad we were on a little access road alongside of the airport so that there wasn't very much traffic at first. A few minutes and we were on a highway where I didn't have to say out ...