The Castle & Ball Hotel
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Today I am really angry with myself. And disappointed. I slept in and missed the Queen's Speech at Whitehall for Remembrance. On the 100th anniversary too. All because I thought sleep was important. What I found odd though, other than actually wanting to cry cause I missed it, was that coming to ...
... we are facing one another. The blog rolls out and I gradually begin to feel some relief at catching up on the arrears. We are five days behind and I know from past experience that once the actual experience fades from the memory, no matter how detailed were my notes on the track, the freshness of the description is jeopardised.
Not much else to report from today. We stopped for a sandwich sitting in the high street ...
... Catholic Chaplaincy to pop in on the ceilidh. A ceilidh (pronounced caleigh) is a traditional Scottish dance, with callers and everything, and the ADs set one up for the students. I took some pictures for the OxTrad blog, and just because I was curious. The students really seemed to love it. After the ceilidh it was back to the office for the night. But at that point we all started getting a bit silly. Again, I think the heat ...
... are adorned with photos of well known people.The food is superb and it prides itself on its Fish and chips, portions are plentiful and well presented."
We fully agree. Nice cider but the beer was, well, English.
The closing highlight was a visit to Melina's old home at 27 Courtland Road, Rose Hill.
Then on the train back to London, a quick stop in the grocery store for supplies to make a pasta meal, and a (relatively) early sleep.
I had my first encounter with a hedgehog this morning as we returned from Marlborough. He was lying dead in the road as we drove by so after asking to stop I moved his body into the bushes, shedding a tear for him as I said goodbye. His body was intact and still warm and as I lifted him up I could feel the prickliness of his tiny ...