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... pubs and shops, the old church graveyards, the thatched-roof stone houses, before bolting up to Stratford-on-Avon to view Shakespeare's birth site (we did not pay the entrance fee to the museum). From there, we booked our bed-and-breakfast stay at the lovely Brook House in Halifax (literally on the moors), and raced onward.
... will be different. I have a week to see all the sights/sounds/tastes you read about in travel brochures.
On Sunday, Danny, Bec and I caught the train to Blackfriars Station and walked the Southbank of the Thames looking for lunch. We found a great Latin restaurant and took quite a part of the afternoon indulging in Tapas and Sangria. In early evening we adjourned to the London Eye to enjoy a Champagne Experience. I always find good champagne makes ...
... note, I'm buying a gift from an engaging young lady, who is extremely helpful. We are chatting. I tell her I like to take back little gifts for my wife when I'm travelling. I show her a picture of the lovely Helen. "She's beautiful ..... How come you get a girl like that"? She jokes ...... "It's because I'm a nice guy" I reply.. ... As I'm leaving "Stay sweet" she says. The "I'm a good boy" mantra is ...
... continue to evolve over the life of the project.
Our daily work schedule looks like this:
6:45am - Volunteers need to be ready to help load up our transport
7:15am - Transport leaves for the worksite
11:30am – Teams return to base for lunch
1:00pm - Transport leaves again for afternoon work
4:15pm – Teams return ...
... wind and rain) down to Stonehenge. By the time we reach the Salisbury plain, the wind is driving the rain so hard it feels like sharp needles of ice in our faces. We take refuge in the new Heritage Centre, and warm ourselves with soup and coffee, before we brave the elements. A bus drives us the 2 km or so to the relic. The rain is so hard, and the wind so strong we can barely stand. It is as much as we can do to take quick looks at the stones, then hide ...