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... on a rocky chunk of land that sticks out into the English Channel and is attached to the mainland by a narrow rocky spit. Besides being the namesake of the ever popular Portland, Maine which is the namesake of the more-popular Portland, Oregon, this Portland is famous for its stone. The Isle of Portland is probably only 7 miles by 2-3 miles and we saw several stone quarries. The rock that ...
Today I discovered that British Starbursts are better than American Starbursts. First, because the British have more flavors of Starburst, like lime and grape. And second, because British Starbursts have fun little games and trivia printed on their wrappers. For example, today I got "Play air guitar for your friends," and “Sing a song without moving your tongue.” The PAs and I had good times swapping wrappers.
Four months ago my best friend and I set off for our intensely-planned-yet-still-unorganised European travels. The big trip. We'd finished school, spent a year working and were more than ready to get the hell outta here so, with our matching neon backpacks, we headed to Paris and from then on we came as a pair.
Emily and Kitty. From (if you don't know England) near Oxford, no we're not that clever, and (if you do ...
This morning we did the Oxford Castle Unlocked experience which I admit I didn’t really want to do. I have to say it was a very enjoyable morning and the tour was done very well indeed. I highly recommend this as a way to get an idea of the history of Oxford Castle and jail.
Visiting Bath was also a treat. I
spent the day with an old friend Jess, who I hadn't seen in five
years. We ate magical cheese, walked around the city with hot
chocolates, explored the old Roman baths and feasted on the best
gastronomical treats the city has to offer (thanks to Jess being
quite the foody!)
England ended with a train ride to
London and one last Roger-tour! Roger was just the person I needed to
see and ...