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Hello there, my name is Jack Bishop and this is my (attempted) travel blog. After two degrees, a placement year and two ridiculous summers at Ardmore, I've taken the jump and have decided to give this travelling thing a go. I know many doubted I would actually follow through with my words, myself included, but I have done it (I am in New Zealand as I write this!) With a month in New Zealand followed by a month in Oz planned and in ...
... says 18,000 steps today! (How's that Brian!) An early start in the morning, it is time to move on to our next destination, Ringwood or more precisely - Three Legged Cross! In Dorset. We get away and travel via country lanes through small villages then a combination of major roads , dual carriageways, motorways, back to minor roads again. A terrific drive on a beautiful sunny day. Our major stop today is at Petworth where we stop to admire another National Trust building ...
... I ended up eating at a pub in the small area for lunch & then we walked the rock beach to the water where the children & some adults ended up throwing rocks in. Because of the drop off close to where the water edge was, we knew this was not water that you wade in at all. The children had fun finding shells among the rocks & then we hiked back to the station so we could catch then next train. We decided that we ...
... and cars across the English Channel. The area was older, and the buildings were not as up kept as those found in the wealthier London. The area almost reminded me of Buffalo, New York.
The coach dropped us off in front of Dover Castle, where the first part of our day was to be held. The castle was a beautiful sight to behold. The castle itself bordered two distinct regions; on one side, the English countryside, and the other, the ...
... t charge. We are going to attend Sung Eucharist at 11:00 am today. There is no charge for attending the service, and afterwards we can wander around the cathedral at will.”
A lavish breakfast with complimentary bread is enjoyed by all, after which we sally forth for Canterbury. It’s only a few miles and we are there by 9:30am. We park the car and walk towards ...