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... Thanks for following along, it's been fun and gratifying to know friends and family have been on the trip with us.
Many have commented it was "the trip of a lifetime". Well, yes... but we hope not, more one of our trips during our lifetime. We're already thinking about where to go next.
Midge and David
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... about to step in when another one of the group dressed with his face painted like a kitty cat, ears on his head, and a velvet tail on his butt, grabbed the guys arm and told him "Step off, mate" and freed the girl. The drunken man mumbled something negative about us while we walked away. I was impressed by kitty cat man and surprised that didn't lead to a fight. All the bars we visited were named after animals and the last one ...
... br> So yes, it will probably be the biggest challenge I've ever faced in my life, but it will also be the most rewarding and eye opening experience of my life so far! I'm super nervous yet super excited! That's why I wanted to write this blog as a way of expressing the mixed emotions I feel and as a little encouragement for students who are thinking about taking on an international experience as part of their degree! So here goes the start of what I'm sure will be an amazing journey!
We travelled north again for a couple of nights so that we could spend a day in Coventry. We also hoped to be lucky enough to check out the Triumph Factory at Hinckley.
Coventry was only 25km from our hotel so we all had a nice sleep in. After our short drive we parked in the Cathedral precinct of the town.
Coventry Cathedral is not one that would be high on the best dressed list of cathedrals to visit - for a very good reason. This ...
... which are set in the zigs of a zig-zag wall in such a fashion that they are invisible from the entrance but flood the nave with coloured light once you are inside facing the back; Anne’s interpretation is that one comes from the sinful world to receive communion, and once that has happened, you turn back into light. I don’t know if that was the architect’s intention, but it’s a convincing one for an interesting and unusual feature. ...