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... town of Ely, which has a large and famous cathedral. We park in a car park near the cathedral. The signs in the car park say that it is free to park, and that anyone who parks there should tell their friends about it. The sign is working. The car park is full.
We walk towards the cathedral. It is very large and impressive. As we get closer we see that there are a lot of cherry picker hoists outside the windows of the cathedral, and lots ...
... to the site for a night home alone in the caravan.
Saturday: picked Mike up and we headed straight off to Ipswich Town Hall for the Beyond Group Photographic Exhibition - the standard was even higher than last year
Sunday: Wicken Fen in the morning - very nice place but it was really too windy for any photography and nothing came close enough to be seen, ...
Our day started with a tube and train ride to Cambridge to meet up with Grandy's very good friend Mr Paul Caller who had kindly organised the day for us in his home town. Paul met us at the station and after a short ride we go to the town centre. I got my first view of this pretty little town with its really old buildings and great history. Paul explained that this is a university town where many famous students attended. Charles Darwin, Isaac Newton and ...
... it was much different than London. I know I've said that a lot recently but everytime you go from insanely busy city to peaceful town, it's different! We walked through very, very old streets of Cambridge. The university is the 2nd oldest in the United Kingdom and that is probably why we didn't see the scores of tour buses invade Cambridge. We finally found Churchill college and my heart nearly came out of my chest. To say I was nervous (but more excited) was ...
... on the whitest beach in the world - Hyam's Beach in New South Wales
Laughing at the zebra crossing at Shamwari, always a good joke
Doing the Bondi-Coogee cliff top walk
Complaining about the noise of the cicadas (like crickets) at Maureen and Brian's house
Crawling through part of the Cu Chi tunnels in Vietnam
Chopping a tree down all by myself with my machete at Shamwari
Feeling homesick after we'd skyped our families ...