Bridge Guest House
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... long and lovely and respectful of the music in a way that I have not experienced before. No hurrying of the last verse, or leaving things out because the priest was waiting to move on! And the sound...oh the sound was angelic, heavenly, superb, glorious and more. Made me weep with its beauty and tone. I have no idea how many parts they sing, but it had a multi-faceted sound that surrounded and enveloped. I prayed for my seriously ill, brother Jos, and the family back in Tasmania. In ...
It was most unfortunate but Robyn woke up feeling quite unwell. She decided to spend the morning in bed to try and shake off her sore throat and chest, so I headed off, on foot, to the town centre to meet Sheila. For some reason I have been having troubles with my inbuilt GPS (it happens in the northern hemisphere) so I took a wrong turn and ended up several kilometres away in the wrong direction!
... Grey Seals are just coming in to have their pups between November and January. The tides are high - 10.4 meters so it's easy to get out to the point on a boat for a look at the seals. The numbers are dwindling as the Common Seals head out to sea but we see moms and a few pups along with some early arrivals of the Grey Seal. The area is so flat that the high tide comes in about a half mile further than low tide. ...
... br> Chatting around the boma (campfire) with our fellow volunteers at Shamwari and feeling a bit tipsy
Steve doing his first 5k run in the gym at our hotel in Bangkok
Crossing the road in Saigon, holding onto Steve for dear life and praying we'd make it safely to the other side
Doing an almost 200km detour just to go to Cape Alguhas, the most southerly point in Africa
Listening to Chris Evans' breakfast show streaming whilst I cooked ...
... plant collections with beauty and diversity of colours, with ponds, large stepping stones, grounds with lovely landscape, beautiful trees and greenhouses. I liked the tropical rain forests and the orchids. The botanical centre is in centre of Cambridge near Trumping road. There is a café and bathroom facilities here.
The Kettles Yard
Kettles Yard is an interesting gallery which was the residence of Jim Ede, an ex-curator of the Tate Museum and his wife ...