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... ageing princess beneath the vines. A break, a beverage and a bowl of chips see us ready to walk the locality while it is still light. Narrow streets without footpaths are a little unnerving but the no through town means very few cars. Walking across a stone bridge that spans the Avon with a toll keepers house on one end and a crystal clear river underneath with the mandatory swans foraging on the spot in a quick flowing river. The Navigator has a new book and opts for it over ...
I have felt included in so many ways during my stay, meeting
her friends, and participating in her regular activities. That sense of
belonging and community, even if it must shift again and again as I travel, is
vital to my well-being. And as though that weren’t enough, almost every day she
pops me in the car to take me to yet another site which is saturated ...
... I find the
matter-of-factness in this small community refreshing. Not that gay people have
had it easy here. The movie I mentioned earlier which her son Matthew directed,
Pride, is now out in the States. SO worth seeing, not only for the upliftment,
but also for the educational factor. Interestingly the locals here have more of
a reaction to the politics in the ...
The month of April has seen us heading to Bristol, Grant had another assessment exam, this time we headed to Bristol City College. The weather was good for a while and it was a relatively short hop compared to the long drive to Luton a couple of weeks back. Grant also headed to Gloucester the next day, this time Jayne kept him company for the drive. The motorways were a ...
... on the top bunk of a three story bunk bed, sans ladder, we finally drifted off to sleep at around 3 am local, 10 pm home time. Besides the jet lag, the large st. Paul's cathedral next door acted as a reminder every 15 minutes what team time was exactly by ringing its rather large bells. The hostel itself wasn't overly sketchy, as it used to act as the choir school for the cathedral in the 1800's. However, we are hoping for better room mates in the future.