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... as much a reward for her, as it was for me, for her unstinting support to me over the past 50 terms of my Cheam headship. She is, and always has been, my rock and there is no one else in the world I would have wanted to share this time with. Thank you darling, you made the trip a truly epic adventure for me....x (ps that bit will make her cry!) Js over and out (until next time).....thanks for following the blog and sharing the last five weeks with ...
... con. Not wishing to let ourselves down or drag the ambience of the restaurant down, or lighten our wallet too much we headed over to Premier Inn for our meal, which was lovely and we came out stuffed. After tea we went out to the bank at the bank of the hotel and watched the planes coming in, it was a lovely evening and lots of people were out. We walked back down Bath Road to our hotel, to a nice cool ...
Hello! On the 20th of August I'll be flying out to South Africa where I'm volunteering with a wildlife vet as part of the Shimongwe Wildlife Veterinary Project through the organisation African Conservation Experiences. The project relies on volunteers to help protect the wildlife, many of which are endangered. I'll be working with animals such as ...
... the tours!
On the last day of our desert tour, we stayed with the company's owner, Omar. His wife showed us around their little village, and I really enjoyed walking around the area! I was surprised that there was a little internet cafe even! I was a bit eager to check my email and facebook....Being in the desert without technology really made me appreciate any internet access! While I don't think I'd ever want to pack up everything and move to the Sahara Desert, I feel that ...
... there. It's a huge place, gorgeous old buildings and lovely green grounds. Visitors have to pay to get in, unfortunately, so we walked the little visitor trail through the grounds, cathedral and picture hall. Which was pleasant, but not very university-like.
So, take two. We wandered up to the Bodleian Library, but didn't have much more luck there. We got to go though some more old buildings, but the library itself was closed to visitors. It is nearing the end of exam time ...