Central Hotel Cheltenham
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... said it is Bibury, and I have to say that Bibury has my vote of the places we have seen to date.
But it's not just pretty villages. We have visited Cirencester with its amazing Roman Museum and Avebury, with an incredible number of standing stones. We have been trying to do a walk or a ramble everyday in the incredibly green countryside which is full of clumps of yellow daffodils.
Yes,the Cotswold are lovely. ...
... me with everything I will ever need on my travels as a leaving gift:
With a camouflage skin suit to get me across international borders incognito, I don't think I'm going to bother with a passport.
I will post my full itinerary later this ...
... residence of Lady Ashcombe and her family, but we did see some amazing artworks, and a number of the castle's 'Twenty Treasures'. We also saw a ghost outside the church! No really! It looked like a puff of smoke, but disappeared very quickly, and there was no fire that it could have come from. And it appears in one of our photos.
Our Britstop tonight is a country inn not far from Cirencester, all low ceilings and (according to Charlie) "hobbit doorways"!
... is a member of the Swiss national team. Not sure before the game if that makes him a good player.....or just Swiss. Turns out he is pretty handy. Then there are two ring-ins from a nearby village, one of whom was the scorer in our game at Malvern. That makes nine, so Stirling and Paul Thomas (both of whom were due to rest today) make up their eleven.
As the game gets underway, we are batting first and I am down to bat at number nine as i ...
... the kids comes in no time. Tomorrow I'm supposed to be teaching NZ at school but it's been moved to Monday, now I have Julia's class joining us. I'm making South Island cheese rolls, lolly log, afghans, Anzac biscuits, hokey pokey, pavlova, cheese & pineapple hedgehog. We're making poi, and then teaching them to use it (Julia's teaching me), singing 'One day a Taniwha', 'Te Aroha' and the national anthem. Then we're doing some work around native birds and in ...