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... in the office huddled around those seven plates of food and had a massive shared meal, as if we hadn't seen food in weeks.
Two boys who checked in late are observing Ramadan, so I was rushing around all day trying to get them meals that they could pick up in the Program Office after sunset. When I finally found them, it turns out that you don't have to observe Ramadan if you are traveling. So all the food ...
Off we go on another day trip, this time to Oxford, home of the universities and of the knowledgable. Loving the fact that I am using the hire car to its full capacity, we head off in yet a different direction. Again, we took advantage of the Park and Ride and jumped on my first double decker bus. Of course, up top and up the very top. It was very nearly our last double decker bus experience and we nearly ended up the rear end of another bus due to a ...
I had thought of taking a train to Milton Keynes, one of the first "planned cities," via Coventry where I could see the cathedral, but after breakfast felt so shockingly liverish and weak and tired that decided to give that all a miss. As it happened, I felt much better as the day wore on and had a very interesting and worthwhile one here rather than sitting around on trains and stations so I'm sure it was a good decision.
On the way to ...
... Do stop and chat to all the other like minded end to end nutters.
Don't drink and ride. (Henry!)
Go when the English weather is just right, no rain and the perfect temperature for cycling in, not too hot.
Make sure you include the words 'Lush', 'Tidy' (Gavin and Stacey Style) and "There's No Rush" into every other sentence.
Do give your blogs a PG rating of 100. (Then some school children might not need to ask their teacher "Miss, what does F***in ...
... in England, a day of relaxation - thank goodness because I was still very tired from jet lag. Ed's parents came back to our home that evening and joined us for a tasty spaghetti and meatball dinner prepared by Ed.
December 27- We met up with Ed's Aunt Louise and cousins Lucie, Toby and Jake for a "cream tea" in the picturesque Cotswold village of Burford. That evening we drove 20 minutes to Johnny’s house (Ed’s brother) to give Marcie and ...