Jessamine Cottage Bed and Breakfast
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We were told that there are two counties in England with no Motorway running through any part of it – and Dorset is one of those counties. There are only 2 dual carriageways (four-lane roads) in the county. I think we can verify these statistics, as we spent most of today meandering through Dorset on very little – dare I say- TINY roads!
This morning we slept in a bit, ...
... are about their health. We have students coming in with medical concerns about the most ridiculous things. If a kid sneezes, s/he wants to go to the doctor, and the parents demand we take them. So many kids have cold symptoms because the weather changed so dramatically, but they are all convinced they have some terrible illness. A girl came in today positive she had a fever because she "felt hot." I suggested to her that ...
... Airport, park my chubby little VW
0900 Arrive at Hayes to collect the camper van
1000 Ensure campervan is fully packed
1300 Arrive at Eurotunnel Folkestone
After all that; and believe me the timings are as tight as a ... never mind. It's compact. After all that, we sit in a tin can while it whizzes underneath thousands of tonnes of concrete, rock and water until we arrive in some foreign distant land that you can see from Dover. The adventure begins. So we ...
... Cathedral. The dining hall which I visited was replicated in the movies and the resemblance is amazing - like you've stepped right into the movies. It's all absolutely amazing with incredible architecture. Henry VIII first established this.
The thing that continually annoys me is the rain. It's July for crying out loud! It's raining all day every day. I have heard a thousand people from the UK and Ireland complaining about it but ...
Fall is my favorite season. Yes I do love summer and winter too (not spring though, I never understood how it gained so much hype), but Fall has a special charm unmatched by it's more extreme temperatured counterparts. Autumn is colorful, mild-weathered, and ushers in so many lovely things: Pumpkin flavored EVERYTHING, scarves, coats, mittens and boots. It becomes socially acceptable to listen to Christmas music and I can finally ...