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... visit again. Stonehenge was good but not great. Of the three places we visited today Stonehenge was the one I looked forward to the most and probably the one I enjoyed the least. Still good to visit but wouldn't hurry back. Once again the poms do tourism so well. NZ is a bit third world by comparison. And this evening we managed to get dinner - albeit a very average burger in an American style diner at Gloucester ...
I had booked the first time slot at Stonehenge. It was less than a 30 minute drive from the B&B, so we enjoyed our B&B breakfast and then headed out. The parking lot was virtually empty and there was no line for picking up our pre-booked tickets. The website had said that you could do the exhibit and visit to the stones in either order, so we went to the stones first for hopefully the least crowded experience. It was fairly empty when we got there. 3 ...
... incredible. And frustrating as we passed right over our flat. :)
So, we landed in Heathrow, and then had to buy 1-day Travelcards (I hadn't brought our Oyster cards the previous days) so that we could get back to our flat. The ironic part was that we had to return to Heathrow immediately after to pick up our rental car. Thus the 1-day travelcards. So, back to the flat, showered, packed, and headed out. The one ...
without explaining what they were – I naturally kicked up and demanded a full
explanation of exactly what tests – turns out they wanted to swab it for
explosives!! Never asked me to remove my walking boots mind!?
The last leg back to London was on Lufthansa so I took full
advantage on the one hour flight, managing to ...
... And all of me is gratified to connect with the people I meet, whether or not we share similar standards and abilities for hygiene and organization. And my soul is trying to teach me about my natural state of freedom from fear. Here it was, the twisted, menacing darkness which had kept me enslaved for decades, suddenly exposed to the gentle light of loving observation. Under a tender gaze it revealed the real fear, the universal fear we all carry: the ...