Tordown Bed and Breakfast
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... hour flight, but it was probably the best flight I've ever had! Once we landed, it took forever to get through passport control, but once I was through I collected my bag almost immediately and made my way through to arrivals. I saw mum, gave her a big hug and started to cry! It was so good to see her and I was happy to be home, despite leaving all the adventure ...
... an entrance to the spirit world given the right circumstances. Perhaps you could only enter on the equinox after completing the winding maze to the top of the hill. I did not enter any mystical realm when I stepped through. Once inside you could see fog invading the room through the windows.
We climbed down the mountain once we'd had enough and went to see Glastonbury ruins. A large abbey that was destroyed during Henry VIII's break ...
Thank you to Graham Chapman and John Cleese et al. for my title.
I was a bit precious about writing this one, Glastonbury is layered with meaning for me so I found
this challenging, to put metaphorical pen to paper. Many different things drew
me again to this spot. Firstly, the Arthurian tale; Glastonbury is reputed by some
to be the place where King Arthur was finally laid ...
... which I have not heard before. I am truly transported and blessed to have her in my life.
This experience makes me reflect again on how much more we could do with our churches. These wonderful old buildings steeped in history and usually with a soulful atmosphere, seem to be little used, typically just for a once a week service. Yet we live in a diffused society which needs greater opportunity to come together as a community and to ...
... to Street. Sadly, Street has more than one street. Happily, it has cider and perry, which Ben sampled in spades (good thing I was driving). The ciders from the different apples were quite different from each other and interesting to taste side-by-side. We came away with two litres of cider (a litre each of two different kinds) and two bottles of apple juice from different apples. We've yet to sample our wares.
Wells was amazing. Just stunningly beautiful. ...