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... Plus both planes were decorated with Christmas deccorations, so we really started to get into the Christmas spirit!
Finally, at 8pm on Friday 7th December 2012 we walked through arrivals at London Heathrow, 392 days since we left last year. Both our families were there waiting for us, and it was a great welcome home, they were even armed with advent calenders for us to catch-up on! It's hard to believe it's been a year, we both said on the plane it ...
... br> a good sign. I felt quite lonely in Birmingham a lot of the time, and could
feel myself becoming more and more antisocial, and one of the things that I’ve
really enjoyed about my wwoofing experience so far has been meeting lots of new
people and making new friends. The balance of working with people during the
... and drizzle. At Dover we encounter a roaring gale and just drive through this rather unprepossessing port town. It's the closest town to the European continent, just 21 miles (34 kms.), and the coast of France can be seen from the cliff tops on a clear day (certainly not today!). Our destination is Dover Castle.
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... the five "Cinque Ports" of South-East England created in 1155 by King Henry II. Due to silting of the River Stour, Sandwich is now two miles from the sea and is no longer a significant port.
Somehow or other our little group gets separated in this small town, considered as one of the best preserved medieval towns in England. Margarita and I wander ...
... hymns and psalms. Even the sermon is inspiring, and the overall experience is so much more enlightening than just a guided tour around the building.
After the service, we wander around the magnificent cathedral. We see the spot where Thomas Becket was assassinated by followers of Henry II, and his shrine, which even today is a centre for pilgrimages. We see fascinating ...