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... The beautiful ceiling is the longest continuous medieval vaulted stone ceiling in the world, 96 metres long. Lovely stained glass and lots of light, unlike many Gothic cathedrals.
Looked at the castle walls, all that remains of the original Rougemont castle built in 1068, (the buildings inside being newer, late 1800s-1905) and then its gardens and moat.
Then John tried to do a tour ...
We got an email today with a lot of information about the first couple weeks in Nepal.
Arrival date: 25th November, we'll be met at the airport by both of our team leaders. They'll have a nice big sign and it sounds very fancy, we'll have the rest of this day to settle in. This is also the time when we will be given our first 'allowance' ...
1st November Saturday 35 miles
As we were in no hurry, we spent the morning chatting to the wardens who were packng up ready to leave for Spain for the winter, and also our neighbours who came from Essex. We eventually left about 11.30am for a scenic tour via Dorchester Tesco and the Cerne Abbas giant (picnic stop) and got to the Green Man at Kings Stag around 3.00pm. Sandra and Perri had texted to say ...
We arrived back from Winchester tired, so we rested for a bit and had dinner quite late.
Tuna and tomato pasta, cooked on our portable gas stove. Not bad... and while it was still cooking, a visitor bounded over and licked one of our plates! We heard it coming and saw by the light of our torch that it was a bulldog. I said to Dave, "wouldn't it be funny if it turned out to be called Churchill?" Its owner followed behind, ...
... very calm and peaceful. We saw several new Forest ponies, not on the heath itself but in a bracken patch and a copse. I really liked that. Some of the ponies were bay coloured and some were black and white.
The next stop was something I was particularly keen to see while we were in the New Forest. This was the Rufus Stone, a stone that marks the spot where William II, nicknamed 'William Rufus', met his death in 1100 ...