BEST WESTERN Westley Hotel
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... 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!
... to the door of the Holiday Inn turned out to be a quite different experience! Recent road closures meant that Bella's directions were somewhat out of date and, whilst we could sometimes even see our hotel, we could not find our way to it!
I guess the positive of all of this is that we did manage to see quite a bit of the city as we travelled around and around it! (although I would have much preferred ...
We were to visit Birmingham one day and then York the next. Ruth's mom had to work in York one particular day so after spending the day in Birmingham, we were going to drive to York, get a hotel, and in the morning Ruth and I would explore while Ruth's mom did her business she needed to do.
The first thing we did was visit the mall. We got to see a candy version of the Birmingham bull (which I actually saw before ...
... It was all about Roald Dahls books and how he wrote them. There was a place that you could see where he worked on his books (the original shed from the bottom of his garden) and what it was like. There were some gross things on the desk like his hip bone! There also was a ladder to see how tall he was. He was so tall. I was the size of the 'Old Green Grasshopper'.
Then we walked up to the church to see his grave stone.
We had a really cool time - thanks Auntie Rachey xxx
... a good book a thick blanket and just vege out. Her power were too strong and rainy Sunday may have won this round but next Sunday's forecast has yet to be seen. So I made a huge cup of tea and found some snacks and sat at the table looking out at the small pond and garden being showered with the gentle rain drops and just thought about what ever came to mind. I thought for a long time about all the things Leandra and I experienced throughout our trip and how lucky we are ...