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We've arrived. We've done it. Portland, OR, USA to Leicester UK, overland by bus and train as far as practically possible. We feel happy. Here are the interim stats...
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... strangers to acquaintances instead of actual friends. There was one guy named Caiden that I enjoyed talking to because he had alot of questions about Texas, but the next day I couldn't find him on facebook so a lasting friendship probably wont happen. Back to the night of the bar crawl, we eventually passed a drunken man flailing about in the street who grabbed one of the girls we were with. She was understandably scared and ...
... just that Morris's work was too expensive for the common man, as would be Warhol's now that he's got the fame, but in its simplicity is easier and cheaper to reproduce.
I'm still conflicted really. I loved the Grail tapestries and I love the Morris designs but only in small doses. Sweet excess isn't so sweet, like pudding, when it's ... well, excessive. I wouldn't like Morris wallpaper in any room of mine, that's for sure, although I love the artistry.
This afternoon I went to the Birmingham Christmas markets with Angus, Becka, Suzannah and Alistair. On arrival we got a cup of mulled wine and a German sausage. This German sausage was 1/2 a metre long and it was delicious! With warm food in our tums we ventured off around the markets. There were so many stalls selling cool stuff. The others got a couple of presents, but I'd already done my ...
... to only Mauthausen, and we saw the toll taken on the guides as well as the visitors. It has turned the man in charge into an alcoholic on the verge of a breakdown. It was sobering and thought provoking, providing a stark reminder of the horror and giving us some forewarning of the places we will visit and the things we will see and hear. But the effect was not at all deterring, but rather galvanising. And makes everything all the more vital and necessary.