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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... Cambridge bridges (Cam + bridge).
An interesting phenomena we noticed was the high number of Hen Parties that were going on in Cambridge. I'm sure you seen these Hen Parties in movies or have read about them. They are the equivalent to a bachelorette party. The ...
All packed and ready to go! I'm extremely tired as I stupidly went out last night, it was bank holiday after all! I also have a sore throat and a cold, I can't wait to just get on the plane, watch films and chill out for the next 15 hours! I'm so looking forward to sipping cocktails on the beach in paradise! ...
... but it is very relaxing.
After this we walk around Cambridge and into various different colleges (although there are exams on here as well, so can't get into everything), ingesting the ambiance of this busy student city.
Finally the weather has started to break and feeling like this is going to be a big day, we head south east out of the Cambridge in search of the promise of sun.
... University colleges. Today a bridal party was heading down the river for canapés following their wedding service so we watched from a nearby bridge as they boarded the punt.
In the early evening Jan experienced an evensong service at Kings College Cathedral before we headed to a local restaurant for dinner.
Next morning we took ourselves on a selfguided tour around the city. Just like many of the places we have ...
... and lots of different cocktails
Being involved in the lion darting at Born Free and clipping the female's claws
Stocking up on provisions for our camper van in the best market ever in Adelaide
Walking along the clifftops paths in Hermanus early one morning, watching the mist come off the ocean
Feeling exhilarated doing 5k runs along the coastline in Victor Harbour, Brighton, Apollo Bay, Huskisson Beach
Going to the races ...