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... of the first programmable computer, and Watson and Crick’s discovery of the structure of DNA. As an added treat, our guide pointed out the barbershop where Stephen Hawking gets his hair cut.
We finished the day by going punting on the River Cam. Punting is one of Cambridge’s newer traditions, becoming popular in the early 1900’s after cargo traffic on the river declined. A punt is a flat bottomed ...
... of the colleges have frontage on the River Cam with old quaint bridges over the river. It's like entering another world. Patrons have included several kings and queens along with other wealthy leaders of their times. It is certainly an elite college in terms of education. They have produced 91 Nobel prize winners (1/3 from Trinity College alone) and many brilliant scientist such as ...
... see the temples in Cambodia
Buying the lucky candles from the sweet local girls along the river in Hoi An
Seeing the possum asleep in the roof of the ladies' toilets on Shark Beach in Sydney
Having an amazing 4 course gourmet birthday dinner for Steve at the Roundhouse restaurant in Camps Bay
Enjoying probably my favourite meal of the whole trip, Tuna in a clay pot at Streets Restaurant in Hoi An
Nearly drowning in the huge ...
... were on the way. We had a warm welcome back at Med Villa and a super suite with bath so a long scrub and soak got all that Kalahari dust washed off. Yesterday, after coffee and holiday chat with Petra, the Med Villa owner, we hopped on the red bus and did a final tour of Cape Town. Spring had definitely arrived and the city was far busier than in September. We stopped at the V&A ...
... friends really enjoyed the museum and I would recommend this to any visitor to Cambridge for the wonderful example of British collections. If you need refreshments there is café and shop. The entry to the museum is free but there is a donation box just before you leave, which goes to maintaining the beautiful Artefacts.
We then strolled to the Market square which has open air stalls of flowers, fruit, clothes, sweets, records, souvenirs and arts & crafts, old bric ...