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I didn't have any dreams at all last night. In fact, my 5 hours of sleep felt like they went by in about ten minutes. I had morning shift today, and it was rough getting out of bed after closing last night. But I made it to the Hall by 7:30 and had breakfast with Erica, then headed over to open the Program Office. It was quiet for all of 20 minutes - then, figuratively speaking, all hell broke loose. At breakfast one of our teachers informed me that last night ...
... including my own.
The biggest issue that came up in the meeting was the students' use of the wifi. Unfortunately Pembroke doesn't have any filters on their internet access, so there is no way for us to stop students from looking at bad things on the internet. In addition, their wifi is monitored by a private internet security company, and if the students do look at or try to do anything illegal, this private company will ...
... from home to work passes the river and it's lock [Enlish word for "sluis"]. The level of high water was impressive as it rushed forcefully through the lock. On the route next to the river several sections were flooded but these could be easily circumvented by bike without getting wet. Most of the surrounding meadows and fields were ...
... it has a dirty look about it, and it just feels unfriendly.
We booked our train tickets to Chipping Campden this arvo, and we have about an hour on the train, then 30 minutes or so on a bus to get to our B&B.
Must go now and get some rest - I think all the activity and travel of the past three weeks is catching up with us a bit, so we're going to have a quiet couple of days before our walk.
Bye for now,
Alan and Nise
... and son loved their day. I had warned them how touristy it was but they still thoroughly enjoyed wandering through a genuinely old castle. Unfortunately due to being winter there was no jousting or outdoor activities, but they still enjoyed their day.