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... Grey Seals are just coming in to have their pups between November and January. The tides are high - 10.4 meters so it's easy to get out to the point on a boat for a look at the seals. The numbers are dwindling as the Common Seals head out to sea but we see moms and a few pups along with some early arrivals of the Grey Seal. The area is so flat that the high tide comes in about a half mile further than low tide. ...
I did very little today. I went for a walk and I read.
I didn't cook. I had the lovely Chris to cook scrumptious meals for me.
I didn't clean. Wasn't anything to clean.
I just went out under a tree and did nothing.
... I walked over to the train station which was open for a whole nother 40 minutes.
I met a guy from...goodness, I can't remember. Anyway we talked for a while and then both ended up homeless on the steps of a nearby building as there wasn't anywhere open at 3am.
Not to worry. We sat and talked and ate what little food we had on us. Until the train station opened ...
... Charles is an alumnae.Next we took a punting tour on the River Cam (really a small canal that runs through 7 of the colleges). This was the BEST. No walking, no work, just hanging out under a blanket while our funny tour guide gave us the run down and entertained the kids. AWESOME and beautiful.
At 5pm we decided not to brave the rush hour traffic and after a much need hot chocolate at Caffe Nero, tried out our new favorite app - ...
... and few places which cater for cuisines from around the world. We passed some places where I had been on my previous visits so I will write about them as well; like the Round Church, the Round part of the church was built in about 1130 by the 'fraternity of the Holy Sepulchre". In England there are only four other round churches like this one. They were all built following the First Crusade in 1097, the round shape is thought to celebrate the resurrection. The Round Church is ...