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... 105 acre gardens. Naturally, Avery and I felt right at home and exhibited our most bourgeois behavior while touring the place. We also learned it was the setting for the Keira Knightley Pride and Prejudice 2005 film. Here is a video summary slide show and a bunch of pictures from the ...
... Botanical Gardens and the nearby Sheffield General Cemetery. Avery was pumped for the cemetery because she studies mortuary archaeology. It has actually been closed since the 70's and is quite overgrown with headstones knocked over and such, but made for an interesting experience. The British apparently don't like to think about death much and tend to put cemeteries on the outskirts of town. Later that weekend, we happened across a cultural fest and grabbed some authentic dutch ...
... change. Things happen when you’re away that people don’t want to communicative, people have this sudden theory that you’re to busy or you don’t need interrupting. When all you really want is to remain connected. Technology these days allows for amazing levels of communication and therefore we really have no excuse.(This reminds me, I need to call my Grandma and Grandad). Our own happiness is just ...
It was nice to wake up on a Sunday and not have to think about playing cricket for the day, instead I will be watching. The boys are playing in a Village cup game and because I am an overseas player and didn't play with the the club last year I am ineligible to play, but you won't hear me complaining. I enjoyed a nice sleep in and relaxing in bed before we went up to ...
... All very tailored, but judging by the number of cyclists and dog walkers we met, well used. We duly met up with Trina and handed over the dog. We then headed on up on to the moors. This was hot work. There was not a breath of wind and of course there is no cover or shade on a moor. So after we had descended into the Derwent Valley, we had a choice to make: either climb back up to walk the Derwent Edge for some fantastic views or we could walk alongside the wooded ...