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... public have only been allowed to punt for a few hundred years as these canals back onto private land and were used for traders to establish markets on the banks. This has always been a very important economic city and the Saxon name for river is Cam – hence the place where they first crossed the two banks was known as Cambridge – pretty simple when you think about it. Jen got some amazing photos during this hour that I have kindly included for your perusal. ...
... running commentary on the sights Sheila entertained us to some of the local stories. one included the story of how students from one College dismantled a Morris Minor and transferred it from their roof to that of the building nearest and reassembled it. The Head of the University was not amused and carpeted the College Head, to no avail!
As many people know, at Cambridge (and Oxford) bicycles ...
... Statues had their heads knocked off, stained glass was broken, brass rubbings were melted down, and the artwork was whitewashed over. Not to mention stabling horses in cathedrals. Whole towns were destroyed and everyone in them killed. He had King Charles I beheaded and 1 in 10 English men were killed during the civil war. Then when Oliver Cromwell died it only took 1 year for Charles II to be put back on ...
... first kangaroo in the wild in Western Australia
Watching the beautiful leopard Sandile purr and roll in front of our vehicle at Shamwari
Being amazed by the magic plant which closes up on itself when you touch it in Cambodia
Steve doing the Santa 5k fun run in Sydney, along with 4000 others in Santa outfits
Seeing myself on the news bulletin reporting on the Santa fun run
Having cocktails at the Sky bar in Saigon
... library, which has an edited and corrected copy of Principia was closed and the Trinity College has impressive architecture and worth the tour.
The Magdalene College
Magdalene College is one of the smaller colleges within the University, numbering some 300 undergraduates and an expanding postgraduate community. It`s Pepys Library is unique with a collection of 3,000 books and manuscripts put together by Samuel Pepys and bequeathed at his death to ...