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... English county. I will be taking away two very memorable days and some of the most beautiful photos. We walked 45 minutes down a grassy lane turned left onto a country road through a farm gate and up a hilly paddock and came out at Hertfordshire and Ayot st Lawrence. The old church was destroyed and lays partially ruined. A highlight of the trip so far. Finished off by dinner at the local pub. Ducking so you don't hit your head on the roof. This is where the ...
... the train. I am heading back to Tim & Chris's tonight.
I met a lovely guy there who I got talking to. His name was Alex and he worked for the underground. He was so lovely, and had the most random but awesome customer service I think I have ever seen!
But now I am on a train. Back out of London and on to the next stage of my adventure...which you will hear about on Friday so stay tuned! Ahhh...the suspense :P
Ahh, I'm back!
Back to my little room in England :)
But today was interesting.
I stayed at a friends house last night in London, and when I woke up late this morning...I needed to contact a couple people.
But given I have been on the road 2 months, I have no credit.
So Alex told me to 'go crazy' texting.
Not the smartest thing ...
... had calmed down, I forgot about the height and used self confidence and encouragement from friends to urge me forward. Once down the mountain I felt like I had achieved a goal of heights and thought, if the others can do it I can too. It's only just the beginning and I'm looking forward to the challenges the week ...
... charm in the most part as they were working for a tip. But, the tipping culture in America seems to work well for all involved; we got better service because of it, and therefore our dining experiences were better, and the servers got a higher tip the friendlier they were. Easy, no? I'd forgotten what it was like to be greeted with a smile at a restaurant, rather than a hugely incompetant miserable git as you usually get here. There was just one time we had **** service - an ...