The Castle & Ball Hotel
Travel Blogs from Marlborough
... all of those students in to yell at them and assign many, many study hall hours. Larry and I went after the girls, who were quite freaked out, and when the boy came in the conversation went something like this:
Larry: You overslept through your major.
Boy: Yeah, sorry about that.
Larry: Is there any particular reason you overslept?
Boy: No, just missed my alarm.
Me: You sure about that?
Me: Are you sure about that? ...
So we left Cornwall and followed a huge, yellow gibbous moon. Saw the sun rise over Stonehenge. The mist pooled and we wondered - briefly - why were leaving beautiful south-west England.
At Fleet services at 5am, we had a great surpirise as Dawn's dad ( Umpa) was there ...
... rain jacket on and an umbrella, but the wind was so crazy and the rain was pelting down and coming from all directions that my umbrella kept turning inside out, my phone was getting soaked so it was extremely difficult to take photos when the lens was always covered in water, and I was getting completely drenched from head to toe, not to mention the walking paths were almost inches deep in mud and ...
... ways to explore and I later ran into him walking along with a lady who had taken a shine to him and had offered to introduce him to one of the competitors who was also from Perth. She dragged us over to the press tent area and we thankfully ran into Sarah and Becky while we were waiting there.
Eventually we were introduced to one ...
... this would also soak up time until I had to get the train. I went to a Latin place and had a burrito and a custard dessert. It was pretty cheap and pretty good and I was able to chill there for a while.
After dinner, I went to the train station and waited for the train. I had remembered there being an indoor waiting room on the platform so went through the ticket barrier and promptly realised that it was actually on the other platform so I had to ...