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Yes, the South East Asian travels are at an end. I've been
back in my freezing homeland for almost a week which has been both lovely and
surreal at the same time. On the one hand, it's great to see family and friends
again, and Christmas is my favourite time of year so I'm happy with the timing
of it all. But, naturally, I am suffering withdrawal symptoms from the life I
have been living for the past six months as a backpacker. A life that ...
... I was leaving here without trying it out!)
4) I have gone for a run on West Sands Beach à la 1981 British film Chariots of Fire (minus the inspirational music and the big group people running alongside me).
The last couple days of the week were mainly attending lots of events for various societies and clubs and this weekend there were fairs for both sports team and societies to sign up. ...
... on my credit card with Jamie as the driver. Apparently that breaches their security rules as the card has to be the drivers...weird seeing as we've booked several cars by now and this has not ever been an issue...We tried to use Jamie's card... Oh, we don't accept that sort of card. ****.
We then tried to transfer the booking into Anna's name and used her card to sort it out. Oh, you've failed our identity test. No car for you. Great start to the day. Jamie ...
Now that I have had the opportunity to stay in two university towns, I should be able to offer some comparisons between them. However, Oxford comes with the baggage of our previous less than successful visit a decade ago, and I have always liked St Andrews, so my views will almost certainly be biased.
First impressions of Oxford on leaving the station by taxi is that it is much more modern and ...
Have had a long drive day today but we are in our hotel room at the Crowne Plaza Roxburghe right in the middle of the Edinburgh. We have been in and out of rain but the wind keeps it quite cool (mid teens).
First stop was at Settle, North Yorkshire. Really just a morning tea stop, the village was really interesting and the jump-off point for many ramblers who were kitted out to walk for the day on the surrounding moors. It's very hilly and oh ...