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... which I had just piled all my things without putting them away, but it wasn't to be. Just before leaving home I joined the New Companions which is an organisation for solo 'campers'. I hadn't done anything about them other than join but it turned out that they were having a 'meet' in Savernake Forest and by accident I came across them. So for the next two days I joined their group activities, went walking, had a BBQ and generally enjoyed myself.
... gale with heavy overcast skies so we checked out and went into Oxford for our last day. We took a walking tour of the Colleges and heard a rather disinterested guide give a very brief summary of the various places. The only time he showed life in his voice was when he tried to chat up a couple of female rowers on their way back from the river. We did however get into some of the colleges and walked through the grounds and looked in ...
Saw Oxford University, the Corpus Christi church and meadow grounds and the Oxford Castle. This city is beautiful and so rich in history. The Magical Books exhibition at the Bodleian Library is awesome. Recounting works by C. S. Lewis, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Phil Pullman, as well as ancient manuscripts concerning alchemy, witchcraft, "Northerness," and fantastical animals. Truly interesting and really cool! This place is like a snapshot of times long ...
... Oxford University are extraordinary and a marvel to look at. The students are currently on their 'summer' break so we we were able to visit most of the buildings on campus.
Our favourite story about Oxford was the fact that Bob Hawke drank 2 and a half pints of beer in 11 seconds at a tavern down a small lane way near the University. Now if this is what it takes to become a Rhode Scholar then we all have a chance.
After the tour Mike, Hugh and I paid homage to Bob and ...
... an hour through the English countryside and the scenery wasn't too shabby.
When we arrived in Oxford we had no place to stay. We had sent out many emergency couch request to no avail. Due to this, we set out to find a hostel but everything was completely full! We were officially homeless again--but this isn't something new. We found a cafe with free wifi and searched for a place to stay but everything seemed either too far away or too expensive. Finally I decided ...