The Swann Inn Of Beacon
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... don’t think I’ve ever paid so much per gram for food. Fortunately there was very good unlimited bread and butter as an accompaniment. I kept thinking, though, 'Not fair. The lady sitting over there at the next table has a much more adult size portion that I do!’ I suspect I either chose the fanciest things on the menu that come in the smallest portions, or more likely that the three-course price-fixe courses are served in smaller portions than what ...
... I'm Jo". We shook hands and he introduced himself "I'm Bob".
But I am getting ahead of myself. I didn't have any time to write my blog this morning as I was chatting to "other Bob", whose name I realise I don't know. I would ask, but I like calling him Bob now, and that might ruin it for me. So other Bob and I chatted whilst I was waiting for the train (10-15 minutes late today). He is semi-retired and has had quite an eclectic career, as he put it. He started ...
... also an opportunity to hear about what other researchers are doing. One lady is researching goldfish! It sounded really interesting, even though I can't quite remember whether it was China or Japan she was talking about (I know someone was talking about Tokyo, though I have a feeling that was someone working on something to do with nursing)
Anyway, enough of the procrastination (though, ...
... time including the “Most hardboiled eggs caught by mouth” and “Fastest 20-meter butt scoot”! Next Andy explained how we would put it together – 25 boards to make a 100 square foot mosaic! Some of the marshmallows had been airbrushed brown and we stuck them down first with spray adhesive using a colour by numbers kind of grid. We were told to take a break around 12:30 and return at 2pm when the event would officially start.
It was a ...
The tour takes 3 hours and you see so much. It was definitely a highlight.
Unfortunately I got a migraine, a result of the incredible pace we have been keeping, and by the end of the tour I need to go to bed to recover. I can't ride anymore today.
Over the last few days we have not had good regular meals or enough sleep, resorting to ...