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... grabbed something to eat and then tracked down the right Jack the Ripper tour operator (we saw a few different tours wandering around) and joined the tour. Sue had told us we could just turn up, but the website seemed to say differently so we weren't sure. For £25 the four of us got a two hour walk around the area where all of the murders took place. Our guide Mick was fantastic and really knowledgable (it seems like he truly is fascinated by Jack the Ripper as opposed to ...
... we have had the past few days and I am just waiting for the rain to come. Overall, the walk around to, from, and around the meadow was about a 11 mile trip filled with puddle hopping, mud squishing, and pony petting. We explored an old cemetery which was eerily beautiful and mystical with the sun streaming through the mossy trees. Unfortunately, I was a bit unprepared for the sludgy, watery river that we ...
... the end of the path and magnificent, old oaks and horse chestnuts all around the fields. A beautiful environment for learning! We then left and walked around the corner and stopped off for a cup of hot chocolate and piece of cake for the boys. While relaxing there it became obvious that both the boys were not very well, so we upped and went back to our room. I made sure the boys were tucked up warmly and went out in search of some food, as well as to look for some replacement shoes ...
... because he'll be around campus working. Then Adam and Joe went off to bed, and I said good night to Tom and we agreed to meet up tomorrow for proper goodbyes.
So many goodbyes. I can't believe the program is really ending. It stills feel like only last week we all just happened to meet at The Bear. The program went so fast this year, much faster than last year, and I'm not sure why. Still, I love it and I love these people. Hopefully the next year goes equally as fast.
... quick tour of the Dirty Duck and showed them all the actors' pictures, and we passed the Golden Bee and the Rose and Crown. Good times. We finally got some fish and chips from a little street vendor place right near the train station that Tom and Emma had been to before. Tom said these were "real English fish and chips," not like the fancy kind you'd get in a restaurant. No joke, that was the greatest piece of fried fish I've ever had in my ...
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