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Yet again we had beautiful weather so we decided to ride from Bath to Hungerford, where we were meeting Cecily. I had been a bit worried about this ride as I didn't have the sus trans cycle map for this section and I had no idea what the route would be like. I lose sleep over stuff like that. It turns out we could ride half of it on a lovely canal path. This was a gravel track, shared with pedestrians, between the canal and ...
... talk. It was maybe not very informative but highly persuasive.
Low Point #1: Sorry if I am starting to repeat myself, but no matter how far I travel, I can not out run the demons I have combated or ignored previously. With nobody else around me, there is nothing left to blame but me for e.g. the 500 pounds worth of things that I have already got stolen and lost since I got here, most notably my wallet and bike. ...
... American Soccer) and we met some Franklin students who are also living in the house and studying in Oxford. They invited us out to the pubs with them, to get to know Oxford and to celebrate my birthday!
Alex, Caroline, and I went into Summertown, only to find grocery stores that did not have the appliances or goods that we were looking for. But hey, we found ...
... area covers 670 sq miles, pretty vast space!
The weather started turning by the time we reached Marlborough, which was a shame as we couldn't do too much walking about. We found a little cafe for some lunch and watched the world walk by. We had a wander up to the little craft fair, and had a look down some pretty back-streets.
We got back to the coach about 3.30, then we were taken back to Littlecote. The rain really ...
... on Christmas Day. Most people know of the massacre and here is an excerpt from the newspaper:
'On 19 August 1987 Hungerford became the setting for what was then the biggest mass murder in British history.
Heavily armed with a Kalashnikov, an automatic rifle and a Beretta pistol, Michael Ryan took to the streets of Hungerford firing at anyone in his path. Ryan lived in his own fantasy world.
By the end of ...