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... too quickly. The water rushed in, hit the back gate and I went shooting forward into the front gate. Reverse wasn't quite strong enough to stop it. Going down, with the lock emptying is much quicker but has its own tricky bits - keep forward of the cill. If the stern of the boat gets caught on this you can imagine what happens! One sunk boat! There are scary diagrams at each lock. I've posted a photo of it. We went through Somerton Lock, ...
... of reading the list, you can guess the intentions from the pictures.
- obtain audio recorder to audio (+ video) record important lectures and talks (see picture)
- having markers and laser presenter to help myself and others do presentations and brainstorm
- weekly local+fair trade organic vegetable & fruit box
- find answers to year old methodological questions on research (e.g. how to find, manage ...
... and the check in procedures. Kate rapped and I provided beat-box and back-up vocals. The rap actually turned out quite funny, but at 11PM we still didn't have all our students signed in so then we had to go to their rooms and make sure they were alive. One boy was so out of it that he didn't hear us banging on his door. I let us in with a master key and he was sound asleep in his room. Another boy we visited was quite obviously entertaining a lady ...
... on our route. This was very cool and so much more impressive than we all thought- this was worthy of a full day of time, although we could only spend a few hours. We definitely didn't see everything. We had to get moving as we had to be in Banbury by 4-6pm for arrival at our Bed and Breakfast - Uplands House. Far into the country this is a beautiful home beside a farm. We were greeted by the proprietor, Poppy Cooksy, who showed us ...
... arrive. When she did, it was almost like we were back in the hostel, sitting on the floor gabbing. It was great to catch up, but pretty soon, we were hungry and luckily, they had made a booking at a famous local restaurant, The Trout Inn. It was a remarkably cozy place situated on the Thames and served delicious food. After a satisfying meal and scrumptious dessert, I realized I was quickly crashing and we headed back to the house, where I promptly hit the sack.