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... busker, lots of people enjoying the space- in her view, a perfect combination. Inside, there was an even longer queue .We are soon in to see the Baths built by the Romans in the first Century and modified throughout time. They have been built on the only thermal area in Britain. Warm water (46 degrees Celsius) wells up from underground at a rate of 13 litres per second and the Romans built a series of buildings around the spring to honour the local deity attributed ...
... beauty and history. No trains or tubes, so my poor little left brain gets a
That will end next week however, when I go to a seaside
village near Dublin for 9 days. My friends Lan and Muriel did a housing
exchange recently and so had a contact for me there. I am so grateful though,
that Rosemary has offered her place as my center in the UK, and I can leave ...
I arrived in heaven on a Saturday morning, and my host has
been the angel Rosemary. There was no reason to be prepared for discomfort of
any kind (as had become my habit), for as we pulled up to a small village of
stone houses, and then stepped into her art and light-filled cottage, I knew I
would be happy as a sheep in a poke. I have no idea if that is a thing, but ...
... coming back now.
Another shift took place just before I left London.
Conversations with friends helped me relax into divine provision, as I was
feeling a financial and logistical burden. I was able to move easily through
the many steps of trains and cabs with all my luggage. I made a decision not to
struggle, and the phrase “I ask for assistance in thriving while traveling”
(from my friend Raven), was a useful focus. I ...
... for a banana stop, then across Hungerford Common and through more delightful villages. When I came to the towpath and sign to Newbury, I found a short-cut, saving more miles, along a series of little lanes, ending in Snake Lane, and joined the road only two miles from Boxford. My B&B for the night was the Bell at Boxford, a popular watering hole for Newbury people. For dinner I had sea bass with other seafood but not many vegetables: it was very ...