Cressfield Country Hotel
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... We took our time, Andy had a fall and thankfully didn't fall over the edge- it could have been a lot worse, thankfully only a corked leg. We are again surrounded by magnificent views, whilst climbing you think you are at the top only to see another peak sitting behind, we are again climbing. We all opted for the low road today as tomorrow is going to be big day. When you view the high road you think to yourself thank goodness ...
... the crazy Asian lady in my hostel! -the rare moments when getting to meet someone who wasn't from Asia or France at the hostel. Well London was loud, and busy, and exciting, and I loved it! A week was not nearly enough time to see the city, you could spend a year there and still not see everything! But I week was what I had, and for the most part I can say that I loved the ...
... tea and some time with her family. We were exhausted from all the traveling and therefore were kind of loopy. We spent the night laughing about the most random things and enjoying our last night together. I honestly couldn't think of a better way to end it.
Sunday, October 27th
We made a big breakfast together, got a tour of Harriet's garden and then packed up the bags for the airport. Even though ...
... crystallises this for me, perhaps because even the Keble college cleaners and road workers seem to all talk in plummy English accents. The whole city is a collection of cloistered privilege, with those pretty doorways offering only the most fleeting glimpse of the lush green swards and stately buildings within, to the envious passers by, fierce signs saying "Such-and-such College is closed to visitors." I was guilty of ...
It's still hot as we head back to camp but we can see storm clouds gathering in the distance (maybe right over our tent). I think our luck with the weather may run out tomorrow. Back at the tent we find our washing up bowl and a few items we left in it scattered around. It's obviously not been quite as nice in Cumbria today as it has been in Scotland. :-)
It's 8pm and the rain has been hammering for the last two ...