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Yesterday Avery and I took a bus to the nearby Chatsworth mansion, home to the Duke and Duchess of Devonshire. It is extremely ritzy and has roughly one million rooms and had just been decorated for the Christmas season. Many dukes have come and gone and made changes to the house and ...
... for Guy Fawkes day. For anyone unfamiliar, a dude named Guy Fawkes tried to blow up parliament in 1605 and failed. To celebrate his torture and execution, the people lit bonfires and the tradition has continued through the years. It's a bit odd, but then again so is Thanksgiving to the British. So anyway, we saw a huge bonfire and fireworks last night.
If anyone is wondering the weather is mid 50's and rain. Everyday. Really, it doesn't change. That just about covers it for now. ...
... where we had a couple of hours before the 11 hour flight back to Heathrow, landing early and making a quick exit through passport control.
Final farewells and promises to keep in touch were made next to baggage carousel No.9 and then that was it, all over. Just one last night in a strange bed before the drive home.
It has been an incredible 10 days journey, both physically, emotionally and personally. I doubted whether I was ...
I've been told that the word "fortnight" and the phrase “to be fair” are quintessentially British (probably English actually). If I told an American that I’d be going to their country in a fortnight, I think they might look at me a bit quizzically, and to be fair to them they may have never come across such a fun-sounding, medievalistic word. So to tenuously link to the subject matter: it’s two weeks today until I ...
... The moulded and modelled panels are very pretty but no substitute for the flames in an open fire. I took Jess down to Amelie, our French Vet and for a fraction of the cost of English treatment she got Jess on the road to recovery. A consultation, of forty minutes, an injection of cortisone and some pills for her brain (anti-depressants?) all for forty nine euros - the equivalent of seven minutes of administering medecines in the vets care in UK.
Andy and I settled in to ...