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Well, it's here at last. The final day of our adventure before catching the flight home. Who would have thought it could go so quickly and yes, another couple of weeks just enjoying our mates would have been perfect. But all good things have to come to an end and pensions permitting perhaps we will start planning the return visit soon. I am dreading adding up all the bills but it will all have been worth it (except the extra baggage charges, the extra hire car ...
... the majority of the town. These range from Kings College to Trinity, St Johns, Emmanuel etc. It would be like you could not attend UQ without being accepted into one of the residential colleges around the Brisbane River. How weird is that? Cambridge U was originally started by some Oxford students (which is Cambridge’s bitter rival now) when they were basically chased out of Oxford for accidently killing a village woman when undertaking an archery competition ...
... and wonderful ways.
As Tubbz replied when a Chineseman asked him which was his favourite country:
...there's no place like home!
* We have travelled approximately 50,444km/31,345 miles over land- around 58% of our total journey. To put this in perspective, by our rough calculations we have travelled a distance over land which is greater than the circumference of the Earth! (Earth's circumference: 40,075km/24,901 miles).
Up bright and early at sunrise today. Our train left at 8am for Cambridge, so we started our trek down to the station just after 7, which turned out to be slightly too early as we then still had half an hour before we could board the train, but we made it on time. Looked like it was going to be a lovely clear day, however in Cambridge it did rain a bit and was quite cold.
After arriving at the station nearly 3 hours later our first stop was the Archaeology & Anthropology ...
... seems to fall off the bike, this time it was the chain guard! We have also had to manage a tricky problem with the bikes, as they travel on the back of the van they become covered with a residue of the diesel exhaust which leaves your hands and anything else that touches them black, but we have now solved the problem with a very 'geeky' pair of hiking gloves! ...