Brooklands Guest House
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... holy place I wept for what might be. The Eucharistic service was familiar, very close to my experience of a Catholic Mass, this one included incense, which added another element of the senses. During the consecration, the priest on the altar took the incense burner and with the highest skill I have ever seen, swung, rotated and looked at one point that he would fling it away. All with great ceremony. He had serious wrist action, must have done some advanced incense training I decided. ...
... arrived Sheila was ready to take me around more of the sights, including colleges, chapels, university faculty buildings and finishing with a climb up the tower of St Mary the Great.
The history that surrounds you whilst you are walking around is mind boggling to an Aussie. Here is where Charles Darwin wrote his main book, here is where his wife lived, there is where Watson and Crick ...
... winters storms the sea not only came in as far as high tide but flooded the town with 9 feet of water in the streets. People were stuck in the 2nd floor of their homes and seals were swimming down the streets. A lot of pups got separated from their moms and drowned. The grey seal pups have a heavy fur when they are born and if they get wet during the first couple of weeks after they are born they are so heavy they ...
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Learning about the Vietnam war in the museums and seeing all the horrific photos of injuries and deformities from the nerve gas used
Getting bumped off our flight from Bali to Perth because I lost some paperwork so we were late checking in
Going to Featherdale wildlife park and feeding the kangaroos by hand
Turning around in the grounds of Angkor Wat and seeing it just visible as dawn broke around us
... collected the works of 20th century art and artefacts which were displayed in the house with number of cottages attached; Kettles Yard was donated to Cambridge University so students can enjoy the house and the artefacts on condition that the house and its artefacts should remain unchanged. It is unique and quaint house, the volunteers are very helpful; the exhibits are very interesting and it is only open in the afternoons.
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