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... so it's easier for Ian to do this, wind the paddles up and down, and open and shut the gates. While I have been going around S bends, avoiding other boats, navigating under very narrow bridges, none of which seem to be built on a straight piece of canal. They are all on a bend, often arriving just before or just after a lock. Going up while the lock is filling is tricky. We found out how tricky the ************e of the paddles ...
... was this little water-fountainy trickle to wash my hair. Come on, Pembroke, you're slacking here... Actually wait, I lied. It was the second worst shower I've ever had. The worst shower was last year, when I got myself completely soaped up and then the water shut off completely in the shower and I had to use a Dixie cup to rinse my hair in the sink. Yes, that was definitely the worst.
Today was opening ceremony day, so we began the morning by walking ...
- making the same mistakes
- not having solved issues before coming
- ill prepared
- graduate gown
- total cost: 1375 pounds in rent, 2250 pounds in tuition fees,
- three rugsacks (due to heavy loads and absence of bicycle bag)
- two pants (due to tearing them apart by biking a lot )
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... which is why they have had so many famous actors come through Oxford. Exhausted we all got on the bus to head to London which was very exciting - our hotel is quite up market but doesn't have free wifi - unfortunately it is £10 for 24hours which is ridiculous and someone was telling me it is £2.50 to have a pair of socks cleaned!!! I was frantically looking for dr who on tv but i gave up at 5:30 and the blasted thing started at 6:45-7:30 ...
... Because we were running late, we did have to skip our stop in Birmingham, where we had planned to drive to Sarehole Mill and walk the "Tolkein Trail" through the woods where JRR Tolkein grew up and played as a boy- the woods that inspired Lord of the Rings. Anyhow, we were straight on to Warwick Castle in Warwick. It looked like the biggest, most touristy castle when we were anning the trip, but we wanted to do a castle and this ...