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Travel Blogs from Cambridge
... went to Eton Collage, still waiting for confirmation of that.
In the afternoon we went for a walk around the area, so quaint and country and so close to Cambridge.
Love from Sue and ...
... starts trying to find the way across country on B roads. I eventually found someone to ask and he directed me in the right direction. I had a stop for lunch once on the bike route skirting Bishops Stortford. This turned onto a busy road for the short distance into Stansted Mount fichet where I turned off to go through Elsenham to Broxford. Looking for the B&B, I went too far ...
... 8217;s list of mowing candidates
for the future!!
Working at the YHA you get to do a bit of everything. One
moment mowing, the next cleaning, another time cooking. It is a lot of fun and
it feels like the hostel is our home and we have lots of guests staying and
visiting! I am also still writing my psych reports emailed from Australia…so
life is busy and fun.
... around several ring roads of London to the north west of the city.
Arriving around midday we booked into our hotel, Cambridge City Hotel, for our two night stay. People have been living in Cambridge for over 2000 years starting with the Romans in 43 AD. Anglo Saxons, Normans and Vikings also contributed to its history. In 1209 a group of rebel students from Oxford became the early founders of the current University. Thanks ...
... our apartment in Sydney
Learning about the Vietnam war in the museums and seeing all the horrific photos of injuries and deformities from the nerve gas used
Getting bumped off our flight from Bali to Perth because I lost some paperwork so we were late checking in
Going to Featherdale wildlife park and feeding the kangaroos by hand
Turning around in the grounds of Angkor Wat and seeing it just visible as dawn broke around us