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... the cricket ones are out of sequence and I'm not sure how to change them, sorry)
And another middle of nowhere cricket ground but with sight screens and covers the envy of many clubs.
Did someone mention golf? At the Cleeve Hill Golf Club walkers get right of way. The course is littered with walkers as numerous trails cross here and there are heaps of walkers, dog walkers and trail bike riders and the few golfers are certainly outnumbered.
The ultimate irony belongs to ...
... We'll be back in the UK by October 4th with no fixed plans and plenty of time to catch up with everyone.
Sorry this entry has been a bit list like and the first for months. Best intentions and all that...
There have been two more videos since that first one.
In between Austria and Switzerland: https://vimeo.com/134007233
Switzerland footage to follow.
... collected they put together ‘rooms’ from different time periods to give a sense of America, its history and its people. We found it very interesting seeing our country from someone else’s perspective.
Our last spot of the day was Stonehenge. By arriving later in the day, it wasn’t quite as crowded although there were still a lot of people. This is an English Heritage site, but ...
It was another sound night sleep after a big day of sightseeing yesterday. We woke around 8:30 and made our way into the kitchen to help ourselves to some breakfast. Again, it was fresh fruit with Greek yoghurt and muesli. We packed our bags, out on our beanies and hopped into the car for a trip to Stow on the Wold. To be honest I thought Stow and the Wold was overrated, the highlight being stumbling across ...
... itself. Unlike many picturesque Cotswolds villages that seem to exist purely for tourists, this was a real live town. It was filled with locals - schoolchildren, shoppers, workers - all going about their daily business, and we were the only interlopers. The roads were narrow and buildings constructed from stone and very quaint in that typical English way, sitting almost on the road, looking centuries old but neat and ...